This is, at long last, the Vine Lace Scarf I hope to teach at the LYS next month:
Ok, that's a terrible picture. I'll get a better one, uh... someday. The scarf is done in one skein of Berroco Ultra Alpaca. Very simple pattern: 3 repeats of Vine Lace pattern with a 3-stitch stockinette border on each side. The border rolls a bit by design.
Here's a little sewing project that's been burning in my brain for way too long:
Produce bags! Get the whole story over at Make A Bag.
One ball Noro Kureyon + one basic knit-flat mitten pattern - tops of fingers and thumb + top ribbing =
Fingerless Noro Mitts. These knit up super-fast! Probably four hours, total. I used the mitten pattern from Instant Expert Knitting. (Support your local book store, or at least Borders, which is Michigan-owned!)
Oh those aren't unwoven-in ends. Those are a design feature. Yep.
It's The Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown!
I'm doing a hand-dyed sock yarn swap through Swap-Bot. My swap partner (I dye for her; someone else dyes for me, presumably) said at one point she likes the colors of autumn leaves, so that is what I was going for.
Yes, really. (Stop laughing.)
Lesson learned: never underestimate the power of orange Kool-Aid in homemade dyeing projects. Good grief!
Oh, yeah. The mailing deadline is tomorrow. Do you think Robyn would prefer ugly yarn or late yarn? sigh