With this little tablecloth or lace square, I completed my personal February challenge for Stash Down 2008: the Logan River Wrap, and something lacy with the Omo.
You may look at my new yarn if you promise not to wake up Munchkin.
The Logan River Wrap was such an enjoyable project. Everything went smoothly, the pattern repeat was easy to memorize. I did have yardage issues, but the wrap gained length during the blocking process, which made up for that.
Omo. Once the knitting on Logan was complete, I was able to pick up this yarn again. I’ve been working steadily on it since.
Logan has dried and is now unpinned. Photo shoot this weekend. : )
I feel so spoiled! Mom surprised me last week with these lovely skeins.
Many thanks to everyone who left encouraging comments regarding my worries about the Logan River Wrap. I took
I cast off Logan last night, and managed to get a so-so picture in the waning daylight.
Progress has slowed a bit on the Logan River Wrap, but I did finish the 25th repeat last night. I’m using the last ball of yarn right now, and I’m not sure I will have enough for all 29 repeats and the upper border. I’ll probably put in a lifeline at the end of the [...]
Now that I had a plan worked out for the Omo yarn, I decided to start the other stole I wanted to knit, the Logan River Wrap. I was attracted to its rustic tweedy, and cozy appearance. By lucky coincidence, when this issue of Interweave Knits (Winter 2007) arrived, WEBS had the exact yarn on [...]
After the Jeanie fiasco, I perused my copies of Victorian Lace Knitting and Kinzel’s Modern Lace Knitting for ideas on what to knit next. It took a while (there are many lovely things to choose from!), but I finally decided on “English Crystal,” a square design from Kinzel’s first volume.