Posts Tagged christmas fabric
Off to the U.K. for visiting, theatre going, shopping, art gallery viewing, fish and chip eating and general catching up and seeing what I’ve been missing (if anything). I won’t dwell on a dentist appointment I’ve booked myself in for as it can’t all be fun I suppose.
I couldn’t go without showing you these.
Yes, these are the bottoms of my legs but what I’m really showing you are the temporarily abandoned but finally finished two at a time, toe up socks. I am so in love with them that I never want to wear them.
Do you know what I mean when I say that? If I don’t put them away somewhere safe they might get spoiled/dirty/lost/eaten by a dog. Please say I’m not the only one.
Anyway, here’s another view where I didn’t have to put my legs up in the air whilst holding a camera at a funny angle, as you do.
Just in case you are wondering, I am not a master of intarsia knitting, this is the way the wool knits up. It’s like magic! I’m so chuffed they match although I did have some input into that.
Now that I have finished these, I can cast on for another project free of guilt.
I have been making dog bandanas like a crazy woman for the fund raising efforts of my local Dog Rescue group as mentioned in my last post and I have turned to festive fabric as one does at this time of year, such as these.
Whilst the trusty Stan was modelling for pet accessories in the hope that I would throw a ball for him at the end of it, I happened to get a disturbing photograph of him which revealed he has a much longer tongue than I gave him credit for. It is a rubbish photograph of the bandana but I include it here for your edification.
I’ll be back in a week or so having hopefully replenished my wardrobe, fabric stash, cholesterol count and cultural education.