Tuesday, August 1

  Dear God, She HAS Been Knitting!

Entrelac is cool. Damn cool. This is the completed first panel of my/Cindy's Enrtelac Satchel, along with the second panel, currently in progress. I am using Noro Kureyon color 138... this picture really doesn't do the colors justice though. Maybe I'll take another one during the day time.

SnB is starting our first Knit Along! I am very excited! It's the Shoalwater Shawl from Fiber Trends. We plan to meet on a weekly basis to work exclusively on this project. I will be using Harmony Yarn that was generously gifted to me by some wonderful friends, to whom I will be ETERNALLY grateful. :-) This is the yarn I want to become one with. It is a Mohair/Wool-Silk Blend in "Lauren" colors... I actually get a little dizzy just looking at it.

Sorry for the blurriness; the batteries in my camera died as I was taking the picture. Rest assured- a tantrum was had, expletives were used and the batteries are now safely recharging, after having been thrown on the floor. Anyway, after said batteries have decided to fully charge and grace me with priveledge of a clear picture, I will post progress pics of the Shoalwater Shawl and the Entrelac Satchel. I've also been meaning to have Steve take my picture with Bobblicious, but I've been waiting for a good hair day. Come to think of it, I've been waiting a REALLY long time for that... How about you just look at the picture that goes with the pattern? It's the purple one. :-)

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The satchel looks really great!
You caught up to me. I had to put mine aside to work on gifts. Maybe you will finish first.
Keep up the fun.
Looks GREAT! I haven't worked on mine since the retreat at Rosie's. I like your colors...very cheery.
Looking good! I'm so excited to do the KAL!!! See ya tomorrow!
Oh, your Entrelac Knitting is coming along so fine! I haven't tried my hands at it yet, but seeing that beautiful work of yours now sure inspired me to give it a try soon!
And I really love the yarn you've chosen to work with for the Shoalwater Shawl, I can already imagine how great it's going to look! Happy Knitting!
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