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.
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.
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Remember these socks? Frogged them. I thought the yarn (Omo) would be nice with something lacy. How about Jeanie? Pretty cables and dropped stitches? What could not be more fun?
Meet my new companion and assistant: minnie (shown on left). Treo is on the right, and he will be helping Mom now.
p align=”center” I love this little thing (BlackBerry Curve 8310). It’s similar in size to the Treo 650, but much thinner and lighter (65 g difference)!
I started a new sock on Wednesday night.
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I have been quite delinquent on showing some of the nice yarns added to my stash during the past few months. [...]
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