Monday, September 8, 2008

Playing catch up once again...

First and foremost I must send a huge shout out and thank you to Jane over at GrammieKnits. A while back she hosted a little contest and she sent me this great market bag. I love it and have put it to use many times since it's arrival. And then there's the issue of posting the weekly questions for SP12.

I'm sure most of us have a proudest moment when it comes to knitting. A project or technique that you've tackled and completed beautifully. What is your proudest knitting moment??
I'm not sure what my proudest knitting moment is. Any time a project turns out well, I'm proud of it. I don't know that I've really tackled anything too demanding. But then again it all can be intimidating until you actually give it a go.
And on the flip side? What is the one thing that you can't get right? What is that one project that you've never been able to complete? Or that you did complete but then hid away instantly because it was too embarrassing?

I don't know if I have any of these either... oh wait... there was that recycled silk wrap that I attempted. I never did like any of the patterns and how they were working up so I never got anywhere with it.

And for those of you who are interested in seeing some of the FOs I've gathered lately, take a peak. But I'm sorry that I don't have time at the moment for details. If there is something that you are interested in, leave a comment and I'll be happy to respond.

Dream in Color Shrug in Go Go Grassy

June is for Jag in Malabrigo Rust

Market Shaw in Zitron Trekking Hand Art

Garter Lace Facecloth

And for a pretty WIP:

Anastasia Socks in Noro Silk Garden Sock
And now I must get back to work, lunch is over.


Channon said...

Wow! Look at you, the knitting machine! Pretty, pretty stuff there. I hope my socks will join yours on the needles this week.

IrishgirlieKnits said...

I have to agree! Knitting machine and lots of pretty!

Love the shrug and love the sock WIP! Have a great week!

Alison Boon said...

Busy hands there, are the needles hot? Love all of your FOs

Virtuous said...

Yea you have been holding out!

I see your market shawl! :o)
Still love that shrug!

I can't believe you blogged all of that on your lunch hour! I am SO slow when I blog!

Georgi said...

Hi Wendy, I just came to visit Weekly topic 1) but enjoyed your site. Will be back. :-)

Jill L said...

great projects! -- stopping by to say hi from the AHEDE!