Works In Progress…

Here I shall try to keep you up with my WIPs.  There are many.  Most are garments have the pieces knitted, but haven’t been “finished.”  Are you surprised???  If you want to, you can go to my ravelry page.  I’m “knitch!”


5 Comments Add your own

  • 1. candis  |  July 3, 2008 at 10:49 pm

    Congratulations on your new home away from home. I don’t think you are crazy at all. Life in the country is good for the soul. Oh and if you get tired of using ‘dang’ on your generator, try “dad-gum good for nothing piece of s _ _ _ _ t”. (Normally there are only 4 letters, but not in this neck of the woods and especially if the dang thing stops working shortly after arriving for a long weekend.) You’ll feel a lot better afterwards.

  • 2. christine regula  |  December 5, 2008 at 12:50 pm

    how can i get the knit oak park sweater pattern? I would love to have it

    • 3. knitch  |  December 5, 2008 at 6:52 pm

      Hey Christine!
      After I ordered the pattern from Deep South Fibers, they told me that it would not be available this season as the designer is working out some bugs in the pattern. I was pretty sad about that, as I think it’s a pretty cool pattern. As soon as they ship it to me I’ll post it on the blog. I don’t think anyone else has it, ’cause it ain’t out! I hope this helps!

  • 4. Sharon Stone  |  January 7, 2009 at 7:39 am

    Hey. I loved this update. My older daughter lives in San Diego. Her husband was in the Navy and now he’s in seminary there and he’s also the Minister of Military Ministries at Shadowmountain Baptist Church. They have a large private school there on campus and my daughter is the Vice Principal of the high school there on campus.

    They have a neat little yarn shoppe called Two Sisters and Ewe there in San Diego also. Anyway I also bought sock yarn because they had sock yarn for 40% off. Who can pass that up? I had already told both my daughters that I would make them socks for their birthdays. Heather was with me so I asked her to pick one. She picked this yarn in the 6 Pretty Pink. It’s making up into beautiful socks that I’m going to have a hard time parting with but it is her birthday. Her birthday is February 10th. This yarn makes up pretty fast. so I should be finished with these on time.

    My other daughter Amber chose Flat Feet sock yarn. Her birthday is March 6th. I work a million hours a week so I’m going to have to hit these socks really hard to have them ready for their birthdays. This yarn will take me a while since it’s quite a bit finer that the one my other daughter chose.

    It’s really good to hear from you. HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!!

  • 5. rita haskell  |  May 1, 2009 at 12:33 pm

    received the swing skif pattern please let me know what Habu yarns would I need for the project – I have completed tons of Habu kits – never look like the photo but I love the quirkiness and for Houston, Tx they are perfect. I would appreciate your thoughts – thank you


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