Numerical Knitting

May 11, 2006

Does this mean I’m famous?

Filed under: Knitting — by bethc @ 4:29 pm

You can't imagine my delight when I discovered last night that Kay you know KAY of Mason Dixon was the very first person to leave me a comment on my blog. I was so excited I started a Log Cabin Warshrag! No not really, I bought the yarn on the way home from school and was already planning to make it, but still…
Log CabinYesterday afternoon I decided that I really should knit something for mom for Mother's Day and I wanted to work on something on bigger needles than the 3's for the Avery so I thought, Warshrag! I already made a slip stich one from THE book (gave it away before I took a picture) so I wanted to try something different. I was inspired by Kara on the Mason Dixon KAL to Log Cabin it! So off Bunny and I went to A.C. Moore after school where I bought five balls of Sugar 'n Cream. (And a plastic tortise for Bunny, the kid loves animals.) Here it is so far… I have to decide how much more it needs, and then decide if my mother-in-law needs one too.

2 Comments »

  1. I like the colors on the dishrag. Congrats on the new blog. Go Birch knitters!

    Comment by Jocele — May 11, 2006 @ 11:47 pm |Reply

  2. Hello to another new blogger! I just started last week as well. I’ve been reading the mason-dixon knit-a-long waiting for my book to come in the mail already. I am very jealous that Kay was your first commenter…I’m still waiting for any comments! Good luck with all your projects.

    Comment by MamaSutra — May 12, 2006 @ 8:38 pm |Reply


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