Friday, March 5, 2010


Here's a progress shot of the Bubble and Squeak: I've done about a dozen rows and it's starting to take shape: though so far it's only a skinny little thing. I'm leaving the tails at the end of each row to form a fringe. That will emphasise the character of the different yarns, add to the excitement of the wrap and save me a heap of trouble weaving in ends. Yes!

Would you believe I've promised to make a roast dinner for tonight. I can count on the fingers of one hand the number of times I've made a roast dinner and have fingers left over. It's supposed to be easy, and I guess it is, but I'm consulting on oven temperature and time and . . . The theme for this week has been Pink, but I don't want a pink roast.


Dee said...

love those needles.
love that shawl-to-be-but-looking-like-a-scarf at the moment. :)

Textile Tragic said...

Ooohh, those needles! They're knitpicks, circulars and they feel even better than they look:)

Knitspingirl said...

I have a set of knitpicks too - very nice! Mine are the metal tips - it looks like yours are the harmony wood - extra nice!