I started the Hemlock Ring Blanket that was re-envisioned by Jared Flood. I've never knitted an afghan before (always crocheted 'em), but this is a fun knit. I can't seem to put it down!
As promised, Albert, here's my recipe for crawfish etouffee! (Tex, I expect you to send me the leftovers you guys don't eat, and, Lars, you don't know what you're missing!)
This is the "Naive Socks" cabled pattern. It's a free Ravelry download.
Hey guys! This is the sweater bag I was telling you about. The only thing I have left is the lining and to figure out what sort of closure I want to use.
I'm trying to keep the momentum going on my UFO depletion. This is a baby set I made for Emma's little infant brother, Andrew.
This is a set that I knit for my best friends' 2 year old, Emma. The cap and mittens patterns were out of "The Big Book of Kids' Knits" by Zoe Mellor--GREAT stuff in this book.
Here are a couple of more FO's. I'm starting to feel uneasy, because if my UFO pile gets any smaller I'm afraid I might get kicked out of the club! (",)
Mommy Dearest has been asking me for crocheted purses for years (she's a big 'o tree hugging, poet shirt wearin' hippy)!
First of all, thanks so much to all of you sweet guys for your kind words and sentiments about my work in Haiti! It felt like a big, warm hug that my weary body much needed upon return.