Tuesday, December 14, 2010

yarny bits

Progress to date on my Minimalist cardigan. Psyched. Looks like the armholes aren't tall enough, but I think they are. Hm. Gonna have to check that again.

Another hat knit by Leah. Kid's on a roll w/ the hat improv. Using up the scrap yarns, keeping people's ears warm. Win-Win.

Yarn cone reincarnated as a Christmas tree rocket, inspired by this video but downsized so we can skip the $150 worth of engines it would've taken to launch a real tree. Test launch happening at this moment in prep for launch at rocket club this weekend. Junk rockets are my favorite kind.

And yesterday, some time with needles of a different type. I got a few quick rows in on Lacy Baktus with Edge (my fourth -- I know! Can't stop! Love these scarves!) while waiting at a blood drive.


I also took a pic of this Lacy Baktus with Scrooge after seeing Hartford Stage's performance of A Christmas Carol. The picture didn't turn out too hot, but the show was great fun. We did a behind the scenes tour afterward to find out more about all the special effects and backstage workings, during which nephew Z got chosen to sit in the Ghost of Christmas Present's huge chair with a wreath of candles on his head as the whole shebang glided across the stage with lights, booming sound, glittery snow, and a low fog cloud. Totally cool.
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4 Comments:

Blogger neknitsandbeads said...

How is your kitchen?

6:08 PM  
Blogger LaurieM said...

Like the tree rocket!!

Hats of scraps are the best. Good work Leah.

6:09 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi Deb! Everything is looking good.
Debbie.

6:57 PM  
Anonymous random Cindy said...

Love the tree rocket. And I think it's hilarious that your were knitting blood red lace while waiting to give blood.

7:24 PM  

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