I LOVE this colour! Knitting this has been an endurance test. It’s been knitted, ripped out, re-knitted, hurled across the room in anguish, and knitted some more. Only a few more repeats to go, but I don’t want to touch it because I’ve dropped a stitch somewhere in the last repeat and I don’t want to throw it again…
A scarf for my friend Matthew, who is my accomplice in History classes.
I’m taking part in the 6th DIY Kit Swap on Craftster, which is exciting – I’m sending two Intarsia kits and shall receive a lip-balm kit and a Kool-Aid dyeing kit. Eeep! Emily posted, asking if anyone would like to do a swap, and of couse I couldn’t resist! *excited*
Here I come, Knitting and Stitching Show 2006! This is SO exciting – there was a trip organised by my Textiles tacher to the Show last year, and I was too late getting my permission form in! But this year I’m going with my mum and it’s so exciting – all that yarn and fabric and buttons and beads and ribbon and fibre and…!
Sorry for the blog-moving and sporadic updates, I do come online regularly so I have no excuse for not blogging, even when I don’t have much crafting content!
Less than three months ’til Christmas, and my mum suddenly has a hankering for some quilted tablemats. She’s been reading too much Little Miss Meshell! When I get home from college, mum is always at the computer reading blogs! She never used to be this bad… And she now has a dedicated knitting time in the evening, whilst she watches her favouite TV show… I keep persuading her to get her own blog but she’s having none of it :p