Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Knitsters...

I had some knitting time with  friends this afternoon and we tried out a new pattern together.  Do you see the bag of pretzel M & M's?  Reward for conquering the hard parts of the pattern!  We work well with a carrot on the end of the stick!   We had all chosen some black yarn and remembered why you need a LOT of light to be able to see your stitches with black yarn!!!  We decided that the pattern will be used again but the yarn color will be changed!  I will show you the finished scarf soon.
It is good to share time with like-minded friends........

6 comments:

  1. After knitting one black hat for Bruce (at his request), I have sworn off black yarn forever and ever. It's too awful to work with (and I took that vow way back when I was in my early twenties and had much better eyesight than I do now)!!!

    So glad you have kindred spirits to enjoy...

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  2. Knitting and chocolate--sounds like a good combination. You must be related to Janette. Sharon

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  3. Black yarn is difficult to work with even when I weave I always seem to have trouble. You could try the light up knitting needles one of the girls at club loves hers.

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  4. Light up knitting needles are the bomb! My Kid's Knit Club gave me some at the end of the summer and I love them.

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  5. It's so much fun to knit with other people.

    The yarn needs to be dark in case any chocolate gets on it.

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  6. Looks like evryone's have a great time. Isn't it fun to be with your friends? Can't wait to see everyone's scarves.

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