Well I figured I better post since it’s been almost 2 weeks. I was looking through my photos on my computer and found a vest I had test knit for Isela back in November. You’ll have to ask her when the pattern will be available though as I know she was making changes to it. It is very well written (as usual) and a fairly quick project. The size I made as a 2-4 but my 3 year olds big head (19-20″) just wouldn’t fit through the neck hole. I used Bernat Softee Chunky on the green knifty knitter round loom.
For Loom Class, I did Jenny’s Shellie Pattern which is so cute and quick. My daughter was trying to take my little one, but I won’t let her. hehe. I made the little one into a pin that I can put on a sweater or my jacket. I used the 12 peg fg thumb buddy. I think it turned out pretty cute.
My Annatrelac Socks ended up in the froggy pond as I just couldn’t keep focused. Maybe later on when I don’t have as many interruptions (like that’s ever going to happen!) I ended up casting on a pair of socks for Scott for his birthday in Lorna’s Laces Sock weight in camo. I think I’ll just do a basic sock as I only have 2 weeks until his birthday to get them finished. As I am working on his socks I am also working on a pair of house socks for me that Isela has on Ravelry as the January Loom A Long. I figured since we have had snow on the ground since Thanksgiving, I needed something to keep my feet warm. I will probably end up making Noah a pair on the flower loom. He needs a pair of slippers.
I have also uploaded another dishcloth pattern to my dishcloth blog. If you like cherries, this might be one you just have to have (haha) http://loomydishcloths.wordpress.com/loomy-dishcloth-patterns. It is for a small or fine gauge loom with a minimum of 37 pegs. Dianne Carroll was so kind to test knit this design for me as well as others.
I think this is it for today. I need to get busy and do the dreaded dishes and clean the house as well as try and finished my house socks so my feet are warm. Happy looming!