Sunday, September 2, 2007

Knittin' Projects

I feel like I haven't been in here in forever and really don't have time for much yappin' now but I did want to show off a few things I have been working on. They are all the same pattern but the bottom pic is a different thread. So easy to do, just cast on 20 on size 13 and for the next 10 rows add one at the beg. and the end, knitting only. After the first 10 rows you only increase at the beg. of each row until the piece is abt. 12 inch deep. You then cut tassles from the remaining thread and attach all the way around the bottom as seen in pic 2. The first and second pic is Colinette and the last I am not sure abt. It has more of a ribbon feel to it than the silky feel of the other.
My next post will be some of the goodies that I found "flea"ing last week. Hope you all have a wonderful holiday.


Rosalyn-Sue said...

Thank you for the sweet comments on my blog. I printed them out to save for my dear hubby to read when he returns home. I know it will make him feel good to read your words. I am overwhelmingly amazed by your shawl. What talent! I look forward to reading more of your blog in the future!

God bless you --


The Polka Dot Pixie said...

Hi there! I don't seem to have your email to send your final swap details.Could you please email me? Thanks :-)
PS.That shawl is stunning!!!!

Mary said...

You're "knitting pretty" Angela - great job.
Hope you've enjoyed the Holiday weekend - take care.

ShabbyInTheCity said...

Those are great Angela! I used to have a 'rag top' that looked like the top one.

JaneFan said...

What beautiful colors! I especially love the color combination in that last one - it reminds me of the beach/ocean just before a storm.

Sandi @the WhistleStop Cafe said...

I have knitted with this ribbon before and found it to be very easy...until I tried to unravel and pick up again. I had a mess! (not unusual for me)
Bill says that 1$ worth of yarn can keep me busy for days.

Sandi @the WhistleStop Cafe said...

Which is long as he doesn't know how many balls of yarn I am buying!