Thursday, November 03, 2005

Mystery shawl 2 pre-blocked. lounging on back of couch. I used dye-your-own fingering weight yarn from Knit-Picks and size 5mm needles. Posted by Picasa

Highland triangle shawl from Folk Shawls. Made using highland peruvian wool from Posted by Picasa

Close up of highland triangle shawl. Posted by Picasa

Close up of point of highland triangle shawl. Posted by Picasa

Side to side raglan sweater made for Barbara last year. Used a cotton yarn. Posted by Picasa

Saturday, October 15, 2005

Yarn for Rosy Fingered Dawn. Dyed with orange and purple Kool Aid. Posted by Picasa

The start of Faroese Flower shawl by Lucy Neatby. Fingering weight, colour your own yarn from Knit picks. This yarn first looked like a Christmas tree due to an error in dying. I then over dyed it and it turned out like this. Posted by Picasa

Multidirectional scarf using Colour your own Fingering weight yarn from Knit picks. Dyed using Grape and Cherry Kool aid. What fun! Posted by Picasa

Mitts I knit for my friend. It was a kit from Fleece Artist. I knit them both at the same time using 2 circular needles. Posted by Picasa

Bag I made using Hemp yarn. Hasn't been blocked yet. Posted by Picasa

Scarf made from left over yarn from MS1. Harris Tweed 4 ply shetland fingering weight. Pattern is for Babushka in Gathering of Lace. Posted by Picasa

Here is an afghan I crocheted for the Pastor's wife. It is done in Red Heart worsted weight acrylic yarn. It took only a week to make. Posted by Picasa

Thursday, September 29, 2005

First day at her new home. Our darling Purl is here at last. We are very excited. Posted by Picasa

Well, we finally got our new kitten. Her name is Purl and she is 8 weeks old. She is soooo cute. The kids and parents are all fighting over her. Posted by Picasa

Here is my dear daughter having fun with Kiri. Posted by Picasa

Finally finished my Kiri shawl. Done in "Alpaca Cloud" from Knitpicks using a 3.25mm needle. I did 18 repeats. Posted by Picasa

Tuesday, September 06, 2005


Well my blog is called Knittinghomeschoolmom. So far it has been mostly knitting. Well, here comes the homeschooling. A large part of my curriculum arrived today so I thought this was a good opportunity to take a photo. They took over the entire livingroom. Do we ever have our hands full this year. We are all looking forward to the comming year. Even my 4 yr old wants to start so we will be doing little bits with him.
We will also be accessing the library quite a bit.
Needless to say, my knitting time will deminish quite a bit while I am teaching. I will try to keep up.(g)

Homeschool books for the comming year. Posted by Picasa

Feather and fan shawl from GOL

Well I have finished this never ending shawl. By the end there were about 2000 stitches per round. Took me about an hour per round. I thought this would be a bigger shawl but it turned out quite small. Too small for me so I am giving it away to a very deserving friend.
The blocking was a pain due to the edging. Each little loop needed to be pinned out.
You can see the colour change when I changed skeins {the joy of hand painted}. I alternated the skeins for a while to ease the transition. I think it looks pretty cool this way. Let's say I did it on purpose.
Enjoy the photos.

Feather and Fan shawl from GOL made ffrom You can see the colour change from the two skeins. Posted by Picasa

Close up of center flower blocking. Center hole has not been sewn up yet. Posted by Picasa

Here is a close up of the edging so you can see all the pins that were needed. Posted by Picasa

My Darling daughter modeling the feather and fan shawl Posted by Picasa

Close up of the Feather and Fan shawl from GOL Posted by Picasa

Sunday, September 04, 2005

Lotus blossom shawl from Fiddlesticks made in Lady Godiva from Fleece Artist. I made it for my grandmother and she loves it. Posted by Picasa

Back view of my grandmother wearing the lotus blossom shawl I knit for her. Posted by Picasa

Friday, September 02, 2005

Mystery shawl finished and blocking on a bed. Posted by Picasa