Saturday, February 26, 2011


I've been busy this week, including tasseling up the Wabenschal, modeled here by Third Quarter Bonus Dog.

Moon River Blocking

All that Remains

This is all I had left of the Neuroknitter and Aracunia yarns I used for these scarves. Good to the last yard!!

Cat's Paw with Handspun

This is a sport-weight-ish merino/silk mix I spun a while ago that seems just perfect for this sort of pattern.

Cat's Paw View from Above

We Interrupt This Lace For A Few Distractions

Another $1.97 Gap Scarf made beautiful through the dye technology of Pro Tec.

Wonderful Baybee

It's been a long winter - we've just observed that our neighbors are expecting their first baby. This non-lace detour is coming together fairly quickly, but it will still take me off track for a little while.

Pre-Felted Potholders

A last-minute gift request. No time for post-felting pics!

Saturday, February 19, 2011

Moon River Colors Up Close


This is not even at the halfway point yet - but Moon River is coming along nicely and will be very pretty when completed! I think neuroknitter is going to win this round, but we have a few more ideas in the works, so more to come!

Saturday, February 12, 2011

Blocking Wabby

I'm not sure if I have enough runway anywhere in my house for the full length of this!


So there is only this much left of all that fabulous yarn from neuroknitter. I'm contemplating making two fat tassels with it, one for each end of Wabby. Stay tuned!

You're On, Neuroknitter!!

Here is wool/silk/bamboo Araucania yarn that will join neuroknitter and I for our next lace KAL, Moon River Scarf.

In the Meantime...

...I have 5 more squares to go before having enough to complete a 30-square afghan that's been in progress for about 2 years.

Here's The Rest of Them

Pooh With Silly Doubled Yarn

Here is Pooh with the giant ball of doubled yarn I will be re-balling in order to make square borders and the afghan border for the above afghan. What was I thinking in the first place - doubling acrylic??

Saturday, February 5, 2011

Wabby Progress Update

No longer a sinister yarn carrot! And now you can see all the great colors too! I won't have much further to go before I need to start decreasing - yarn ball is getting dangerously small!