pattern ~ prairie ridge shawl ~
You're brave. If I left my knitting out, my child would try to "help" me with it or the dog would see it as her own personal toy....
Ah, "Super Stitches Knitting"...I do love that book. I don't know where my copy went, however.You wouldn't want to see what my house looks like...bags of yarn and needles, baby stuff, and my school books. Oh, and computer parts (husband's).
My husband asked me one time if I had any idea how many baskets of yarn I had around the house. I just guessed and said"12". He said "How did you know?" He had counted them!! Good thing he didn't count all the project bags tucked around, too!!Enjoy your blog...Kathy
Beautiful projects all.
How fun; my knitting bag is always around somewhere in our apt. I have my daughters trained to not touch Mommy's knitting bag or the scary tiger comes out!
I'm diggin that ripple knit stitch you got going!
OMG!!! That pink and green chair is freaking awesome!!!!!!!!
I love the rooster bag! If I had one, I'd hang it over the chair all the time, it looks so good!!
I had to chuckle a little: The only thing I could think when looking at your projects lying around the house was that I wish I could do that. But with six cats and a toddler I always have to keep my things hidden!
What are you knitting?
I think I need that chair. Or maybe just to sit and knit in that chair. Can I come over? :-D
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