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Knitter, Crocheter, CrossStitcher, Embroidery (all self taught) Dog Lover, Mammal Animal Lover, oh yeah, birds too
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Entrelac Scarf

Posted on April 13, 2009 at 8:30am 12 Comments

I am finally done, boy is it beautiful. Well I think so anyway!

Just about done

My second skein of yarn now attached, after this two more to go

My first attempt at entrelac, notice the front is nice,

but the back, not so nice. Anyway, wish me luck and perseverance.…

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Entrelac

Posted on April 12, 2009 at 9:00am 1 Comment

People generally use the varigated yarn like I did, crystal palace taos or noro silk garden that I am using. Before I started I did an internet search and a you tube search to see how it was done because the pattern was confusing to me. I found a great site that really helped me and it featured the very same scarf I am making. It is a tutorial and here is the link http://knittyotter.typepad.com/otterknits/2007/03/entrelac_scarf_.html
check it out

New Project

Posted on April 3, 2009 at 7:30pm 3 Comments

I have started a new knit hat. It is called Medusa, I guess because it has squigally cables. It is made with double stranded yarn, of which I am using two leftover colors. One color is the blue leftover from the afghan and the same yarn again in an off white which I will be making a crocheted afghan for my next afghan. I got to say, I have forgotten how busy a new kitten can be. I just got a ragdoll kitten which is adorable, I have named her Chloe,… Continue

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At 4:57am on April 20, 2009, Tamara Sutton said…
Good morning! I saw the pattern for the Felted Entrelac Tote by going to Freebies and then patterns. It doesn't look like your scarf though, which I really like the colors in it. I haven't started the tote yet. I found instructions on how to do entrelac but I haven't found a yarn I want to use yet. Have a great day!
At 4:42pm on April 6, 2009, Susan said…
We love Cavaliers. Our little tri-color passed away a year ago this month and we miss him dearly. Abby, seen in the picture, is our baby girl. Do you happen to live in the Pacific Northwest?
At 4:20pm on April 6, 2009, Susan the Blue Lake Knitter said…
Deborah,
Thanks for adding me as a friend. Keep in touch. Happy Knitting, Susan
At 2:51pm on April 4, 2009, Constance123 said…
Ah I see this old photo. I now have three Cavaliers. Emma Jane, Sarah Jane and Mary Beth. Sarah Jane and Mary Beth are sisters and 8 month old tri colors. They look like their elder sister Emma Jane. All black and white tri colors. Mr. Bingley my red and white blenheim passed away a year ago just as I rescued Emma from a puppy mill. Bob my cock-a-poo also passed away from just being old at 16. Mr. Bingley died of cardiomyopathy. But my three girls are keeping me busy and crazy. They are now running in the back yard and eating sticks and chasing each other and enjoying the beautiful weather. However, out here in the middle of the Kansas prairie pretty weather is being replaced tonight with snow. No one has told the weatherman it's Spring. I'm working on a project now for a hospital up in Minnesota. I'll be sending up 100 little preemie hats. Lots of knitting all day long and watching these little mites. email me at juhlc@kc.rr.com if you'd like. I had to turn down my trip to England this year and I'll miss it terribly.
Love
Constance
At 8:50pm on March 28, 2009, Susan the Blue Lake Knitter said…
Thanks for the response. It will be a bit before I post anymore pics. I am starting my first pair of toe up socks, and they are only abut 25% complete. I have two other very active projects... but they too are in infancy. Glad to have you along for the ride. Susan
At 7:05am on March 27, 2009, Susan the Blue Lake Knitter said…
Welcome! Nice knitting. Hope you enjoy the knitting community!
 
 
 

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