Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Yarn Along:Three

Joining Ginny at Small Things and the girls for Yarn Along Three.
 A post about what we are reading
and what we are knitting.

Rather than bore you with the same Tomten Jacket that I have
posted here twice before I bring you...
the dishcloth.

I am using Bernat Handicrafter Cotton.
Naturals. In Guacamole.
At $1.25 for a 42.5g ball I can make 2 dishcloths.
(read tongue in cheek)




And I have just picked up from the library the book
Winter Solstice.
I got the idea from a post on last weeks Yarn Along.
I am going to start it tonight and am quite looking forward to it.



My jacket is coming along slowly but surely.
I am not going to make the sleeves as contoured as the pattern asks
so I have a little bit of figuring to do.
It feels good to hold these small bamboo needles as opposed
to the large metal ones on the sweater.
I haven't quite got used to the "nails on a chalkboard"
type of sound they make as I knit.



  Nice neutral colors.
Feel good cotton.
This is a quick easy project with an
oh so near completion date.
Just what I need.

10 comments:

Tara said...

I love the mix of neutrals in the yarn and I could even probably pull off dishcloths - I am a very new, not so good knitter :0)

appledapple said...

I love the neutrals, the book looks good too!

Elisa said...

I love how we are all reading new books from what others are reading in the yarn along.

Fruitful Harvest said...

I love love the color of the yarn!

Natural Mama said...

I love working with cotton- and the colors are lovely :)

Meredith said...

Lovely yarn color, lovely yarn name, yummy! Dishcloths are ever so fun to knit, nice and quick :)

Dawn said...

That looks like I book I would like. I love knitting dishcloths...so quick!

t said...

Oh, aren't bamboo needles wonderful? Once I made the switch, I've never looked back.

The Little List said...

Oh, aren't bamboo needles wonderful? Once I made the switch, I've never looked back.

p.s. sorry for the "extra" comment!

Ginny said...

I love the colors in your dishcloth yarn! I want to read that book too!