Wednesday, August 15, 2007

I Am Learning LOL

Well I have been working on my first scarf for a little while now well lets say second because the first one I started I got half way through & didn't think how it looked so I ripped it off & started a new one with different color yarn this time I am actually further then the pic shows I took this pic yesterday & since I can't seem to find my camera to take another one hopefully this will suffice for now..I decided yo use pink camo from Red Heart I love the colors & since it is gong to a cancer patient I think is even cooler that its pink if this one turns out as well as I hope I want to make a few more and then I want to tackle trying to knit blocks again & put them together. I spent a big part of Monday night & Tuesday morning through evening sitting watching QVC 24 hr craft fair they had a very few things for knitting it was mostly for scrapbooking and things & a few things for storage Sanda Lee fom Food Network's Semi-Homeade was on there but she didn't seem as cheesy & cheery as she does on her show I wonder if her chipperness(is that even a word?) on her show is only for show ??? But even though they didn't have much on there for knitters they did have this one Loom I say and drooled the whole time it was on lol(how bad is that & it was on twice) I would love a wooden loom all I have at the moment are the hard plastic ones from Kniffty Knitter they are very nice but a wooden one that is alot longer then any of the ones I have would be cool I think the one I saw on QVC had 80 something needles.. hope you all had a great weekend yea I know the weekend ended a few days ago but hey I am a little slow lol below is the picture of my scarf....
















3 comments:

BeadKnitter said...

Very pretty. when ! first learned to knit, I made garter stitch scarves by the truck load. Everyone who knew me, or knew someone who knew me, ended up with a scarf knit by me. I learned how to knit stripes and aran stitches while knitting scarves too.

Amanda said...

Great progress! A long, garter stitch scarf is one heck of slog for a first project. I started out with a modest hat!

Lizet said...

Looks very pretty! I love those colors.