Numerical Knitting

July 25, 2006

Fuzz Fest

Filed under: General,Knitting — by bethc @ 9:29 pm

fuzzWell, I decided to felt the buttonhole bag and the box tonight. Turns out it takes almost exactly one episode of “Blues Clues” to run one cycle through my washer. This was the first time I felted two things at the same time and I also forgot to put in anything else. The result… lots of fuzz. I’m thinking tomorrow I will have to get busy with a razor!

I have the One Skein book on my list now, but the gift card is bigger than that. Any other suggestions? My current knitting library is:

I would like a sock book, I just started my first pair after taking a class with Janet Rehfeldt where she taught toe-up two at a time on a long circ. I like it and would love to get a book that had patterns I could use with this technique. She has a book coming out, but it sounds like it will be a while! Suggestions?

1 Comment »

  1. Hi, Beth —
    Thanks for visiting my blog! Yes, I do have a wall that color: it is metallic gold, and is in my formal dining room. I had a nice, safe shade of green paint all picked out, and on the way down the paint aisle to order it, my roving eye caught sight of a Ralph Lauren metallic paint display. It was all over. Good-bye nice, safe green! I figured if I hated the gold, I could always go back to the green! But I do like it a lot, although I’m sure some of my visitors think I have lost my mind. (It looks even better with the actual picture that belongs on the wal1.) Thanks again. 🙂

    Comment by Beth Ca — July 27, 2006 @ 12:53 pm |Reply


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