Sunday, April 23, 2006

Sunday Fun

After yesterday's gloomy, rain soaked day, I was still in hunker down mode this morning. I really wanted to get a cup of coffee and knit. But not on the sock - more later. So I dragged out my ArtYarns tutorials to try some directional knitting. Fun! Here's Tutorial One Part One, a right triangle:

And here is the rest of the square, Tutorial Two:

I wanted to give these a try so I could tell if I could do a multi-directional scarf for my daughter with her fun Kool Aid yarn. I think I can do it now.

The sock is a different story. I am dreading knitting on it. I am positive it is too big for anyone, maybe even me. So sure am I, that I don't even want to try it on. But I know I must. So here it is in it's largeness, before my son's foot gives a good stretch. Although, on this sock, that would not be a good thing.

I'm still loving the yarn, so it wouldn't be horrible to redo this. Just not my idea of fun, you know?


At 4:12 PM, Blogger Suzanne said...

I would totally like to sock together! I sock all the time. We could have a sock-a-month club!

I have been absolutely fascinated by the kool aid dying. Wild stuff! I am going to have to make some self striping for myself--or like you, have the kids make it for themselves.

At 7:36 PM, Blogger Mary said...

I love the yarn you're using for the artyarns tutorial. I get those emails, too, but haven't tried it yet -- one of these days!

At 7:54 PM, Blogger  said...

Realizing he might have dug himself in there,Microsoft Office 2010the general emphasized that Office 2010he had spent some time as a junior Office 2007officer working "very closely Microsoft Officewith the Israeli air force" and that heMicrosoft Office 2007had found that "more cosmopolitan,Office 2007 key liberal version of the Israeli population" Office 2007 downloadto be just chock full Office 2007 Professionalof that sort of "goodwill" necessary Windows 7to give a bunch of land back Microsoft outlook 2010to the Palestinians.

At 12:50 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...
Costa rica Fishing


Post a Comment

Links to this post:

Create a Link

<< Home