Like The Queen
Whatever happens to strike my fancy, but surely some sort of fiber content.

3 Comments:

LovelyLovelyLovely! :-)

By Blogger Margaret, at 4:22 PM  

OhMyGoodness! And to think that I was there when it was being born! Just look at what it grew up to be! It will be a beautiful sweater, I am quite sure. And about the Christmas knitting: Just Say No (to yourself).

By Blogger Jane, at 5:44 PM  

Beautiful!!!
Jane thinks as I do - we were there at the (new) beginning. Look forward to seeing the next photos of it.
XOXO

By Blogger Martha, at 6:50 PM  

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Monday, November 21, 2005  

From this









to this












with just a bath. Wet blocking instantly transfored the swatch into the softest open lacy fabric. No tugging. No stretching. Just the weight of the water.

It seems very happy all flat and smooth and open. I'll go with the 4 patterns, joined at the sides, but I may still put in a little seed stitch knitting between the front and back. I shan't do any knitting on it till the Camo Socks are done.

I wrote a long gloomy meander this a.m. about my struggles with gift giving but I'm not sure I want to post it. Not exactly sure how I feel, at the moment, and I don't want to be held to a position that's the fruit of momentary emotions and not really true.

Got to work and every computer was dead in the water AND the security alarm was on. Technology is not my friend today. But it was not an implacable foe either, since, obviously, I got it back up and running by lunch time.

How glad I have only today and tomorrow to work. whew.

posted by Bess | 12:10 PM
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