We all just knew it had to happen now didn't we, eh?
I just couldn't get into the groove, so I frogged the 3/4 finished sleeve. Sometimes a knitter has to do, what a knitter has to do.
Good thing I have some of this to make me feel better.
Top left: 4oz. 50% Superwash Merino/50% Tencel top ; Chocolate Covered Cherries
Top right: 4oz. 50% Superwash Merino/50% Tencel top; Biscotti
Centre: 4oz. 50% Superwash Merino/50% Tencel top; Autumn Sunset
Bottom left: 4oz. 50% Superwash Merino/50% Tencel top; Blueberry Patch
Bottom right: 4oz. 100% Targhee Top; Chocolate Covered Cherries
Purchased from Susan's SpinningBunny on eBay.
I know what I'm going to make with some of it. After seeing Smoking Hot Needles Morning Surf Scarf, I knew it was going to be on my to-do soon list.
Oh, and [PDF File] these socks. [PDF File] Yep, I'm liking those, too.
I just may attempt to spin and knit a couple of the Morning Surf scarves for Christmas, but I'm not going to push it. If I do it, great. If I don't, that's great, too.
Speaking of Christmas...
I know you don't want to be reminded, but maybe this will lift your bah-humbug spirits.
Two new knitting bags are on the market that you may want to put on your Christmas list.
The first is the Swift by Tom Bihn.
I'm sure alot of you have already heard of this bag. It was designed in collaboration with the readers of Knitty. It is reasonably priced, comes in a variety of colours with your choice of two different fabrics.
Or, if you're interested in something a little more expensive [I'm sure if your significant other was naughty, this would be a great way to make up], there is the PurlPod by Elizabeth Garson.
This is a backpack style bag that comes in some pretty amazing colours. I'm not crazy about the grommet thing that's happening on the inside of the bag, but it is an attractive bag from what I can see of it. At $250.00 a pop, I don't think Santa will have one of these in his big bag of goodies for me, but perhaps he'll have one for you.
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