Some pics of my life

Great new. I have finally taken time to upload pics into my photo bucket so I can share them with you.

To start off let’s update the Central Park Hoodie…

Here is the color of green that I will be using. I decided to use Encore wool blend so that I can wash and dry it. I am doing mine in one piece as I’m not one for sewing knitted items together. I’ll have an update of my hoodie once I get more that just the 2 ribby rows that I have done right now.

Next is a picture of my Rogue. I have completed the body and hood and now have to work on the sleeves. Wish me luck.

Please excuse the little holes on the front as I will be fixing those. As you can tell I’m still a little new to the whole pattern work thing but I have since learned if you twist the stitch you won’t have holes. (Trust me, I’ve tried it and it works).

Where I live we have this cute little art festival called Arts in the Alley and my eldest, Renae, had a picture in the art show. I am so proud of her.

Just in case you can’t figure it out…it’s a fish bowl sitting on a table with very decorative wallpaper.

And here is a shot of Elizabeth. I caught her being goofy.

I caught her completely off guard. She was right in the middle of doing a cheer. Hee Hee!

Well, that’s all I have for now. I chat at cha’ later. C-ya!

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3 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Ann
    Oct 03, 2006 @ 00:59:00

    Thanks for your kind comments on my blog. I just followed the pattern & yes, the row starts with purl stitches – that’s all right as you will have to pick up for the front bands. Hope this helps. Happy knitting!

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  2. Debby
    Oct 04, 2006 @ 18:23:00

    Congratulations to your daughter on her art work!

    Your CPH wool looks very pretty. As I have never converted sweater pattern pieces to knitting in the round, I’m not the person to advise on your question on the CPH site…but it sounds like you’ve got it right! Good luck!!

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  3. Meg
    Oct 09, 2006 @ 18:16:00

    Hi, thanks for the birthday wishes! Your Rogue looks great, I am inspired! What yarn are you using?

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