December 5, Yarn Along — Yarn Nest


On Wednesday’s knitters go to Ginny’s to share all the wonderful projects being worked on, finished, frogged, cried over, and learned from. They also tell what they are reading and a little of the storyline or provoking thoughts. I think it is great. So many books, knitting ideas and hints on how to make knitting more enjoyable.

A Yarn Nest.dec5 004Have you ever seen a yarn nest?
After a trip to the dermatologist and skin cancer freezing and removal,
I didn’t feel like being very active,
So I gathered current knitting projects and knit a while on one then another,
all moving toward completion.

dec5 001Tilly’s sweater is coming together nicely, to bad the cables don’t show well with this yarn.
The sweater is knit flat and then seamed together under the belly.

dec5 002Kathi’s Solstice, restarted on larger needles. I’m liking the lacier look.

dec5 003Makenna’s wallaby, I usually have one on the needles.

I’ve been listening to Lauraine Snelling’s four book series, Ruby, Pearl, Opal and Amethyst, set in 1850’s in the Dakota badlands.

Published in: on December 5, 2012 at 11:27 pm  Comments (4)  

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  1. What a perfectly cozy nest!

    • It is and I do it regularly.

  2. I found your blog site today and I was wondering if you would share ‘Makenna’s wallaby’ pattern with me. I went out and bought the yarn this morning!

    • Since that post I changed my mind about how I would use that yarn, this link will give you the designer of the Wallaby. I love the pattern; the only finish work is 6 stitches under the arms and seaming the hood. I’ve made many, moms like them alot. Thanks for visiting

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