coming back down

there has been knitting, finger knitting, loom knitting. there has been kool aid dyeing, cardboard loom weaving, a little bit of crocheting. there has been felting of beads and snakes, tie dyeing, painting on fabric and even a little bit of spinning… 30+ kids. aiya.

only two more days to go.  in the meantime, the fibery stuff goes on.

finished the anatomy of a baby suprise jacket – changing color every time something major changed in the pattern.  i’ll use it for teaching.  just need to sew in the ends.

anatomy of a bsj

today, i got this hat back from interweave. 

layer one on

i had submitted it to knitscene, but it wasn’t accepted.  drats.  but that means you can look forward to me coming out with something very similar independently.  i can’t stand holding onto something until it gets published. plus – it was inspired by their description of what they’re looking for, bright colors and layers.  this was actually the first time i tried to get something into a magazine.

layer one on

and lastly, did i ever finish the february lady sweater?  nope.  still percolating.  so i started a new sweater.  can you guess what it is? there’s a hint peaking out of the middle ;)

asj!  asj!

hope you’re having a great week!

11 thoughts on “coming back down

  1. Is that a baby blanket? I like the colors you’re using.
    And that is a great hat!! Just looking at it makes my ears feel warm and snuggly :)

  2. cosy, i love the baby jacket/sweater. when i get pregnant, i am commissioning you. i think i can manage tiny hats but do not want to make a sweater.

  3. I never used to be a fan of stripes in knitting, but the more I see of EZ’s patterns, the more I love them…I can’t wait to see more of it.

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