Wow, it has been one of those weeks. I'll post about it at a later time. Until then, here is my Eye Candy Friday.
Have a great Weekend!
This is my first real Fair Isle project and I really like how the pattern shows through on the reverse side.
I think for a while, all of my projects are going to be for others. This is the first of the major projects for Christmas.
And just so you know, it fits like a glove.
After I took the picture, I realized that I made a boo-boo. Can you tell where it is? If you need
help, I will point it out for you.
Bear with me, my Photoshop skills are lacking, but you see where the mistake was made. Funny thing is when I realized I made the mistake, I grumbled to myself and so hubby asked what happened. When I told him, he couldn't tell where the mistake was made. He then told me not to worry about and leave it because my mom probably wouldn't notice where it was either.
The thing is he may be right, but there is the possibility that he is wrong. Or if he is right she may be wearing it and someone else might notice. Nonetheless, it never crossed my mind to not fix the mistake. It is just one of those things that happen. When you knit, you sometimes make mistakes. I was just happy that this is not a lace project that I had to frog back umpteen rows or worse start over because I couldn't figure out where or how to fix it.
Anyhow, with the whole hubby telling me not to fix it and me determined to fix it, I was wondering what you do when you make a mistake on a project.
I think her name is something like Jellybean, Lollipop, or some candy like that. The funny thing is this. I have seen sheep many times before at the farm, but it never really hit me like it did when we were there last week. If I had one of my own...all the trouble I would be in.
Also, I finished the body of Butterfly. The only thing left to do is block, seam the sides, and finish the edges. I am just debating on weather or not to actually block it or not (you remember my last
OCD blocking saga). I will probably work on it tomorrow when hubby is home and I could actually dedicate the time to the whole blocking thing without interruption.
There will be two prizes, the person who gets the first correct answer and the person who comes up with the funnies/most outrageious story. There may be a couple of other prizes as well depending on the number of responses I get. In other words, the more entries, the better the prizes will be. So let others know about the contest.
You have until Friday, October 27, 2006 to submit your answer.
Though without 56,000 other fans. I'll be doing that while watching this in the comfort of my own home.
The kids loved it! In fact B is even more determined to be this character for Halloween, afterall, he is, according to B, the greatest Jedi ever.
This was the first time that I actually knit while waiting in line for the rides. I actually got a lot done. I cast on for this in the car as we were waiting to get into the parking structure and this is what I have now.