Friday, November 02, 2007

Now for a quick brag

While Jenny was here, we took the ferry over to Bainbridge Island and did some window shopping. I swung around to a nice (if pricey) local yarn store and picked up a single lovely skein of Noro Kureyon self-striping wool yarn.

Here's what I made with it:
Yay, a pretty! Finished today! (Proof positive that I can finish things, if I put my mind to it.)

You can't tell from the image, but when I washed the finished product it fluffed up with a little fuzzy halo.

This particular close-fitting watch cap is now on its way to Jenny. Any other takers?


Scarehaircare said...

Me! :) Glad you had fun with your sister. How did Miss V like ToTing in your neighborhood?

tlc illustration said...

What a lovely skein of yarn! Yummy!!!! (I knew you could finish things!)

Speaking of - I'm reading an interesting book right now called "The New Policeman" by Kate Thompson. It is contemporary Irish, with some forays into Faerie - where apparently all the stray socks escape to... :-) It's just an aside in this book, but a funny one.

PG said...

Knitting is something which passes me by, I am always impressed by anyone who can start anything let alone finish it! To a pattern!

natural attrill said...

Lovely colours!

Soozcat said...

care: she had fun, although we had exactly one set of trick-or-treaters come to our door this year. And those were Miss V and her two friends.

tlc: really liking the color shifts in this yarn, though it could be softer... a scarf knitted in it would be beautiful to look at but rough to wear.

pg: my great-grandma taught me how to knit when I was eight, and just now I'm starting to branch out from making scarves. Very very VERY simple patterns are about my speed right now.

penny: Oh aye! Noro Kureyon colors are just fascinating to me right now. If they were a bit less pricey I'd be tempted to run out and buy a whole bag... it's probably just as well that I don't.

tlc illustration said...

OK - I'm awaiting to see your spiffy newly finished necklace posted!

Soozcat said...

I would do that, but since it's going to be a gift for someone who sees this blog on occasion, I'll have to IM it to you or something.

red tin heart said...

I love this hat! The colors are divine. xoxo Nita

Soozcat said...

The yarn used here is Noro Kureyon in colorway 40. Actually, Jenny picked out the skein--she has good taste, doesn't she?