I paid for the blogpress app for my iPhone, so I'm darned well going to use it now! Thanks for the finishing suggestions, I'll be sorting out the last details of my blanket in no time. Juuust in time for airconditioning season ;-). Ah well. That reminds me, I need to get this sweater off the needles before it really heats up here :-/
I'm thisclose to being done with the front, which leaves two sleeves, a neckline and assorted finishing.
It's the "harry's red cabled sweater" pattern from charmed knits (love that book). I'm using my Christmas present yarn ( Webs own Valley Yarns, Northfield in 'wine') and it is awesome! Seriously, the most enjoyable fine(ish) gauge yarn I've ever worked with. It's squishy, springy, and has a beautiful sheen from its silk content. Ok, I'm all psyched up with yarn-love and ready to get knitting!
Peanut butter crunch Clif Bar! They are waaay tastier than they look and are nutrient dense (unlike those cereal bars).
Yes, I'm blogging my breakfast. But only as an FYI about a product I really enjoy. There will be knitting content later on today. I wonder if the Clif people would consider sponsoring a knitblog...I'd accept payment in bar form ;-)
There are egg shapes too, because I happen to have an egg shaped cutter as well. There's no recipe really, just a boxed mix with half a tub of frosting and half a jar of marshmallow fluff melted on top. Refridgerate. Cut out. Eat! The best parts are the leftover scraps, because they have no calories ;-)
Look! All the tomato seedlings have survived! Well, not all, but 120+ plants is more than I know what to do with as it is.
I think this is going to be a glorious spring and summer, probably full of tomatoes :-)
My patchwork blanket is done (for all intents and purposes)!
Sorry you're only getting iPhone pictures, my camera battery was not charged and ready for action.
This behemoth even got batting and a backing! I just need to tack all the layers together in a few spots, but I'm not quite sure how. I am exhausted from the effort this took, but I'm so pleased with the results! Plus, it's big enough for a queen sized bed! I'll have to do some "modeled" shots of it on my bed once the camera is ready.
If you're considering a Ron Weasley Blanket like this one, I should warn you about the extreme amount of "finishing" ( a.k.a sewing) required. Take a look at that pile of ends!