Monday, November 22, 2010

Knitting and finished projects


I can believe that Thanks Giving is so close! We already bought the turkey and all the rest of the food, delicious! So Thanks Giving is already here and the weather is still like spring time! How cool is that? I wonder if winter is going to come this year…mmm… I wonder if it is going to get cold enough to be able to use my chunky knits? I hope so! Last Sunday I started a new project from the Twinkle's Big City Knits, yes another one. I love that book, and there are like 4 more projects that I really like, so you will be seeing more chunky knits from me. Well the pattern that I am doing right now is called Balthazar vest. I am using Landscapes yarn- Rose garden- from Lion Brand. Super soft and light and very warm. So far I love it. I don’t know if it’s going to be enough yarn though; and if I run out of yarn it is going to be a problem because that specific yarn has been discontinued. Yes I know, I should have thought about that before starting, but the thing is that I have all this yarn and I needed it to use it. So we’ll see what happens.
Today I also updated Ravelry with pictures of my finish projects; one of them was my February Lady Sweater. I like when everything looks nice and completed.
Here is my February Lady Sweater finished (with modifications on the lace  pattern)



November has been a very active knitting moth for me. I finished two projects fro myself already and I will probably finish one more, and they are all for me!!
Well I let you go back toy do your things. Thank you for reading and as I always say
Hugs!!!!

Sabrina

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

.Diosa esas manitos no las dejas descansar, siempre estan haciendo algo.
Maniana te veo,,,hupI!!!
bESOS

Sabry said...

Gracias Cheli! Si yo tejo y tejo paresco una aranita!!!
te quiero mucho y espero verte el dommingo.

Siga said...

I like your mods on February Lady Sweater. You chose some nice colourway - and the FO is beautiful. Congrats!

Sabrina said...

Thank you so much Siga! I like it very much too!