Saturday, March 12, 2011

Slow Motion Day

Nyki is glad to have me home all day, too.  She hasn't left my side.  It is good to be a lump and to rest today. 
I finished one silk mitt!  It used 13 hankies.  I have written down my instructions,
so I can get started right away on the second one.  My body is in slow-mo but my hands are in gear!  Perfect way to recouperate from a few hectic weeks!

6 comments:

  1. Mmm! The mitts are looking good. Is 13 hankies a lot of silk yarn?

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  2. What a cute picture of your cat-hug!

    The mitt is lovely. Glad you could have a down-day...

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  3. Love them! How did your Mom's turn out? Just love the pinks she used to dye her hankies!

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  4. Awwww... Nyki's loving on you good! What a sweet hug!

    I really like those mits. 13 hankies, eh? I need to count how many I have.

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  5. I've never knitted with hankies. Does the silk knitted fabric catch on your skin like the hankie does when you're spinning?

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  6. Yes, Pam , it does catch on everything!

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