Friday, June 30, 2006

2005 Knitting


Scarf
garter stitch
Fun fur + Paton's Boa

















Scarf
garter stitch
Fun fur + Paton's Boa
















Scarf
garter stitch
fun fur
emerald green













Hat
simply soft black and gray










Hat
simply soft black and gray










Hat
Simply soft denim + gray









Scarf
Bias knit scarf
1 strand Bernat soft boucle + 1 strand Moda-Dea Flip














Scarf
garter stitch
2 strand simply soft gray + black












Scarf
garter stitch
2 strand simply soft gray + denim














Scarf
garter stitch
2 strands simply soft black












Prayer Shawl
light blue Lion Brand Pound of Love+
shades of blue Joann's boucle
cast on 57 stitches







Prayer Shawl
beige mill end homespun + gold simply soft fringe
cast on 57 stitches






Baby prayer blankets
yellow Lion Brand pound of Love
pattern






Scarf
yarn from a Pasa Yarns mill in Uxbridge, MA










Twin baby blankets
yarn from a Pasa Yarns mill in Uxbridge, MA











Hat
yarn from a Pasa Yarns mill in Uxbridge, MA










3 times chic sweater


yarn from a Pasa Yarns mill in Uxbridge, MA











Hat
simply soft denim and gray








varigated gray (unknown) + simply soft gray









Monkey bag
pattern


















Prayer Shawl (my first)
shaded green Lion Brand Homespun
cast on 57 stitches









baby prayer blanket
light blue Pound of Love
pattern







Baby afghan
my mother started --I finished













Queen sized afghan






Baby afghan







Baby afghan






Twin sized blanket
odds and ends of knitting worsted, 2 strands ( 1 each of a different color)
pattern
no sewing, knit in one piece

3 comments:

  1. I followed you here from the MDKAL and I love all of your stuff. Doubleing the yarn for those prayer shawls is a great idea (I have 3 things of the JoAnns yarn, but didn't really like the way it knitted up) I'm going to have to try that. Also, I love that last blanket, the scrap one. Sometimes the simplest things are the prettiest!!

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  2. I really like the baby blanket with the verigated yarn with blue and white. Too cute!

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  3. i love, love, love the patchwork twin blanket! I wish I had known of this pattern before I started knitting all these squares for a future blanket! At least I still have a long way to go and do the rest of it in one piece. I really like the afghan your mom started and you completed. The other afghans are gorgeous too!

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