Thursday, September 14, 2006

WIP's and Future WIP's

Works in least a few of them...
The red is my son's Durrow that I need to sew together...along with the baby sweater and my backpack (which I forgot to photograph)--and before you say anything, you'd think that a seamstress would sew these things together but that's the part of knitting I put off doing! I figure that can be the thing I'm working on Christmas Eve! The blue is my Mom's sweater, I know, I's the boring back (sorry Melanie, nothing personal)--all stockinette stitch but it's the mindless knitting I can do anywhere...I love leaving the fronts, and on this one the sleeves, for last because the pattern keeps my interest and goes a lot faster and the 2nd sock of the pair (see the Sept 9 post).

Here's my spinning that I've been neglecting, but like I said before my spinning foot is twitching so I'm going to get this (the color is called Dolphin Dance) finished up and get onto the next color--but what color will that be...decisions, decisions!

And...a peak into the future...Lammie Ewejean can't wait!

Here are just some of the things I have planned for the future...socks, socks and more socks. The fiber color is called "Firestorm"--Oh, don't fret...there's more fiber where that came from!

Check out the quilt...I'm trying to rotate my displays, this one may not last out too long. My grandmother made me this quilt when I was a little's WELL loved--very tattered and torn and I said well loved! It's the Dutch Girl pattern. Miss you Granny!

I'm thinking about you
Spinning Fishwife...

Keep on Knittin' & Spinnin'


Aprilynne said...

Great pics! I can't wait to see the cabled thing assembled =)*) Red and cabley my fav! That quilt looks like it needs me napping under it. hehehe

KnitNana said...

Hi, Lammie Ewejean! I see you the bottom pic.
Great WIPs-that-would-be-FOs. And I love those "well-loved" quilts, you know?

Mary said...

My grandmother made me a quilt almost identical to yours. I will have to take a picture of it so you can see if mine looks like yours. Your spun yarn is very pretty, by the way!

Spinningfishwife said...

Thanks for that, Robin. Shona told me you had a chat about Robbie.I appreciate your kind thoughts.

Leslie Shelor said...

Lots of wonderful projects! And welcome to the Fiber Femmes Web Ring!