Wednesday, November 26, 2008

WIP and PIP Wednesday

Here's the progress on the moebius scarf. I think it is just about done. Anyone have any idea how long I'm supposed to knit this thing? I really don't want to kitchener 60 stitches and then realize it isn't long enough! Strangely, the pattern does not have any dimensions on it. It does tell you the number of repeats but, of course, I used a different yarn so......you know how that goes. If anyone has knit a moebius in this manner (ie - without the actual moebius cast on) feel free to chime in here. This is a super easy lace pattern. Pattern details on a previous blog post if interested.





Mr. Man made this earlier this morning.


This is the PIP (pie in progress). We donated this one to our friends that own North Georgia Diamond. They are holding a bake sale today with all proceeds benefiting cancer research. The picture looks kinda weird because Bill took the picture in his fancy jewlery photography box. Mr. Man is upstairs making another one right now for us to take to Thanksgiving dinner tomorrow - yum!!

I have some swatches to make of the newest colors. This is good car knitting for the ride to Rome tomorrow.


And I caught Goose out on the drainpipe of the pond yesterday. Can you believe this silly kitten?!?! I was just waiting for him to slip off the pipe and go for a swim. He, apparently, wasn't worried about that at all. He loves watching those fish!

6 comments:

Sara said...

Goose is really independent, isn't he...

Okay - the swatches you are making - I need to know what is yarn name for the top ball on the left - turquoise and pink (maybe)

Knit Witch said...

That one is Sagittarius - I love that one!!! It's on the site under sock yarn.

grace said...

That is one brave kitty!

Also, what is the colorway that you've already started swatching in that picture? PRETTY!!

Turtle said...

cute goose! have a merry one!!

Riohnna said...

LOL, silly Goose! I have made one moebius scarf, but it is crocheted. I would make it long enough to fit around my shoulders, or drape around my shoulders.

LittleWit said...

The new colors look lovely. :D