Numerical Knitting

October 22, 2006

Actual Finished Obects

Filed under: Knitting — by bethc @ 8:54 am

The cool thing about taking forever to post is that when I manage there is actual content! Today I have three, count them, three (or maybe four depending on how you cont) completed knitted items to share with you.

First… Moss Grid Hand Towel

From the Mason Dixon book, a Moss Grid hand towel. This was my first project with EuroFlax Linen and while I hated at first, I kind of got used to it. I haven’t washed it yet, so I am still awaiting the magic… This is one of what is to be a set for a wedding gift.

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Next, Ant Bib

Another Mason Dixon project, with assistance from Style you Own Kid Knits. This is the first in what is to be a series of “buggy bibs” for a friend (and science teacher) who is expecting in December!

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Finally, Baby Socks!

My first Socks that Rock experience was small… Baby socks for yet another baby who is due in December. I kind of used this pattern, and kind of made it up as I went along… Now I am making a matching hat in the same colorway (Seal Rock) in the heavyweight.

Whew, pretty productive for me!! Photo credits for this post go to Amber, Thanks!

5 Comments »

  1. Awesome job finishing up three things. Of course you know my favorite is the tiny socks. Did you notice how…purple your knitting is getting? I must be having a good influence! Now, you should have enough yarn left over for your OWN pair of Seal Rocks!

    Comment by JulieFrick — October 22, 2006 @ 9:44 am |Reply

  2. The linen will really wash up nice. It gets much softer with each wash. I didn’t like mine all that much but after a couple of washes, it’s great!

    Comment by Bobbi — October 22, 2006 @ 2:36 pm |Reply

  3. Just found you via growing blogs at WordPress. I really like the ant bib. What a perfect gift for a science teacher!

    Comment by The Mommy — October 22, 2006 @ 4:02 pm |Reply

  4. BethC, thanks for visiting my blog. I saw that you just had birthday season. Glad to know it is a four year old thing and not just my kid. I think the Pinata will just be dangerous in the space we have.

    Comment by The Mommy — October 22, 2006 @ 4:11 pm |Reply

  5. Great job on all of your FOs Beth! Thanks for bringing them to SLK to share with us! 🙂

    Comment by Amber — October 23, 2006 @ 8:12 am |Reply


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