I've been thinking about what yarn to use. Anybody out there use Bare Superwash or other KP Superwash wool? I am going to make a couple of squares for a throw pillow for my mom's b-day in March...then I'll see if I want to do the full blown project. A lot of people have used Cascade 220 Superwash. Just doesn't seem cost-effective for the SAHM that I am. I wonder if anybody would want to start a buddy group on KP Community for this. This would be a long-term project for me, maybe.
Added by PurlGirl on December 29, 2008 at 1:13pm —
I just picked up this and the Crochet Pattern Calendar at B & N. So far I have leafed through the first 3 months or so and not been too impressed. I've already seen a lot of these patterns as "freebies" elsewhere. also hate that some patterns take up 4 days. Move on, already! Glad I got them 50% off and that no one else bought them for me for full price...I'm sorry I'm so crabby...lots going on. I need to have a cuppa tea and sit down with my knitting. I'm sure I'll feel better tomorrow.… Continue
Added by PurlGirl on December 28, 2008 at 12:15pm —
Added by PurlGirl on December 20, 2008 at 8:01am —
Yay! I am happy to be done with my Christmas knitting. It wasn't a lot, but now I can get started on the cleaning, wrapping, and baking. I can't believe I only have 5 more days to prepare and I'm not even done shopping, I don't think. No pics until after Christmas in case my sisters are lurking on my blog. :)
Added by PurlGirl on December 19, 2008 at 7:25pm —
I have been busily knitting tawashies the past week for little gifts for my Bible
study ladies and church friends. They take me about an hour a piece and I love that they are small, economical to make (old acrylic yarn stash,) and very practical. I hope they will remember the good times at FBC whenever they use…
Added by PurlGirl on December 18, 2008 at 8:45am —
I joinded ravelry when I said I wouldn't do it. How am I ever going to get any housework done?
Added by PurlGirl on December 5, 2008 at 7:56am —