Square Neck Tee she started last summer in Nashua Daylily yarn. Knitting the individual pieces was very straightforward. When you join them in the round to knit them together into the yoke, it got more fiddly. We took it out, laid it out, and began again. Much better this go around.
At one point, Sunaina exclaimed that she had made a "dog's breakfast" of her knitting. Some of us had heard the expression before, some had not. We debated the possible meanings. Here is the definition. Incidentally, she really hadn't made a dog's breakfast of it.
During the course of the morning she finished her first hat, my Simple & Easy Hat for the Whole Family in Plymouth Baby Alpaca Chunky. She loved the yarn and plans on making herself a red hat. I love happy finished project pictures.
that are attached to a ring the way you would attach fringe.
however he was too caught up in finishing this intricate Lego structure.
It's even back with a soft fleece. Lucky baby!Leah's Throw knit with Jojoland yarns. You used the yarn the pattern actually called for, what a novel idea!
As a footnote, we talked about the holiday knits we gave and how they were received. I was referred to the Yarn Harlot's post on just this subject. I believe this should be included in gifts in the future.