Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Needles noon and night

It has been needles noon and night here!

Our local show is coming up VERY soon and I've wanted to finish quite a few things off.

This was a great knit, but proved that 100% cotton yarn isn't my favourite yarn.

 We went camping the week before Easter, so started a Hollyhock by Cecily Glowik MacDonald. It proved to be the perfect choice for late night fireside knitting and the colour of the Cascade 220 hid a bit of camp grunge.

Its now finished and I adore it. Can't wait for the show to be over to wear it! I'm planning on knitting another one during June for my sister in law's birthday.


  1. Ohhh can't wait to see your beautiful creations in the show this year.

  2. I'm with you on the 100% cotton yarn. It's really unforgiving and shows every single loose stitch. Argh. At least you can wash it and throw it into the dryer... if you're brave enough!


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