A little bit behind

I had meant to do the blog drawing last night but things just got away from me – I seem to be hitting an energy wall this week and it’s not even over yet. But better late than never! I have drawn random numbers 28 and 41, which corresponded to blog commenters Stacy and Susan on my last post – congratulations! They have been emailed and bags will go out to them (as soon as I get them in my own hot little hands). And thank you to everyone for your comments on my last post. It is wonderful to hear about transit knitting, it’s one of my favourite kinds of knitting.

Today I’m having an at home day and attempting bits of work, but it’s way more fun finishing up my prep for my Steeking class on Saturday. Teeny weeny sweaters for cutesy-wootsy class projects for the win!

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Oootchie coo. Adorable wee steeks.

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20 responses to “A little bit behind

  1. Yes, adorable. Steeks and sweater

  2. Susan

    Makes me want to pet it! Too cute.

  3. I really REALLY hope you will teach the steeking class again…I had a previous commitment on the 5th..:(

  4. Ali

    Oh so neat too!!

  5. Kim

    Very pretty colours.

  6. Cutie steeks! I haven’t tried steeking yet. It’s on the to-do list!

  7. JenniferC

    i can’t even wait! loooove the adorable sneak peek!

    Happy Stitching!

  8. Ann

    It’s so cute & I love the colors combination! I wish I could attend your class.

  9. So adorable! I love the color combination. Have fun teaching your class! Ican’t wait to hear about it. :)

  10. I’m so bummed that I can’t take your class. It is going to be awesome. And as always, I can’t wait to hear about it!

  11. I am wondering if anyone can help me find a knitting pattern. I met a woman from Italy who had a wide grey cable scarf-like sweater. It wrapped around her shoulders and one end inserted into an opening to fasten it around her shoulders. It was probably close to a foot or so wide. There weren’t any sleeves – it was more like a shoulder wrap. She purchased hers in Italy so I wasn’t able to get one like it. I’d like to make one for my daughter. Ideas?

  12. What yarn did you use?

  13. That steek is definitely adorable!

  14. I’m headed for my first steek within the next couple of months. I thought I would have done it long ago, but one steeking project has been on hiatus. The next one is a baby blanket, and the baby’s not going to wait, so it will be done – and it will be exciting! I’m planning on using Stephanie McPhee’s planning list, which includes a glass of scotch.

  15. Thought you should know that we think that your blog is super. We’ve put your blog on our list of “Let’s Go Visit Some Friends” and I’m sure that some of our guests will be dropping in.

    Thanks for the great job!

    JRT

  16. So darn cute! I can’t wait to see more of this project.

  17. Dominique

    I have to admit that I was just surfing and one place lead me to another — and now I have added this site to my favorites. I used to be an avid knitter (you know, when I had some time-for-me time, before the kids). I recently picked up a pair of needles and just made a simple multi-colored fuzzy scarf and remembered just how much I enjoy knitting. So, I will be visiting you again. Thank You!

  18. That is adorable! Do you have a pattern for it? I’d love to make something like that for my daughter!