My fingers are taking a short break from this lovely. I am very pleased how this Bubbly Curtain is progressing. I can't wait to see it hanging in the newly painted Powder Room. Oh and I am pretty pumped about the Lace Blocking Wires on the way from Knitpcks too....
I started a simple project to knit, which will keep me busy while doing cardio workouts. It is an iPod Nano Necklace knit with a hank of Stephspun yarn purchased at ComFest.
Today I have been working on my cozy wrap. This is coming along nicely and will be ready for the cool fall evenings.
I am very excited about about this new addition to our plant collection. I have wanted a hibiscus for a very long time and I got this gem for 1/2 off at Straders. The pot is from Garden Ridge and it was half off too.
I love your kitties and your knitting photos. Thanks for commenting on my blog. I think the blog comment train is a neat thing. Keep on knitting!
Ooooh! I like your kitties enjoying the sunshine.
I just love your cozy wrap. I have been eying that pattern myself. Your cats are adorable. Thanks for checking out my blog. This blog train just keeps on running. Fun stuff! ;-)
I love the idea of the ipod necklace! So very cool!
I am so knitting that curtain.
I love the curtains! I might try to tackle them once I get a little better! Btw, I live in Alabama, nowhere tropical or interesting!
Im thinking about getting those knit picks blocking wires, so I cant wait to read what you think of them!!
Love the ipod necklace! What a fabulous idea. I may try to improvise one of those.
Musicraven.... You should give the Cozy a try. It is a very easy lace pattern to knit because it is only an 8 row repeat.
Ange.... The blocking wires just arrived. I can't wait to get home tonight and open them (i am at the office). I will post pictures maybe tonight.
Caps... My husband wants me to make one for his Sirus Stiletto 2. It is a little bigger than my Nano so I will be customizing the pattern for that.
Molly and Wonder.... You should knit it. Very fun!
About the hibiscus - watch out for aphids and the soil moistness. I've lost more hibiscus to those darn bugs!!!!!!!
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