Thanks for the nice comments about my kitty pi. That is a great pattern. Billie likes it anyway. The wool I knitted it with was dyed by me, of course.
Well, I am going to post my yarn, and some beaded bracelets I made on etsy, but not until I get new batteries for my camera. The yarn needs new pictures, what I've already taken look like poo. I haven't taken any pictures of my bracelets. I turned the stupid camera on to take pics for my shop, all excited, and the darn thing wouldn't stay on. That's how dead the batteries are. I'm ready now! Why isn't the camera?
Since I can't take any new pics, I'll show you all, a couple of old ones. This is a small bag I designed for The Don.
Left = pre felted
Right = post felted
He has a nice bocce ball set, that we take along to family reunions, ect. It has a nice heavy duty bag to carry everything except a note pad, pencil, and measuring tape, for score keeping. So this keeps all of those things safe. It is left over hand dyed yarn from Billie's kitty pi. It's one of the first things I'd ever knit with a motif on it, and it pulled in a little after felting. He likes it, though!
We (of course) left the whole bocce set home when we went to the family reunion on Saturday. We had to drive to Kalkaska, MI. I've only driven through there before, but last year and this year his family had a get-together there, at this little camp ground that has this tiny little lake. I got quite a bit done on my hedera sock on the way there. I wish I could show you a picture. Then, I helped (if you call it that) my friend C, who is learning to knit with her scarf. C's hubby is my hubby's cousin.
I'll show you my WIPs again as soon as I get batteries. I'll also post to etsy. I'm knitting kind of slowly these days, because I'm busy with that spindle. I want to learn, I feel like I should be really good at it, but so far.... not so good. Thanks for reading! Knit on Knitters!
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