Saturday, 8 September 2007

Taco Time Sells Sushi?!

It has been awhile since I last posted. I like posts with pictures and I had several big projects going that were all in the middle of progress. I have now finished and blocked the hanging garden stole. It was an awesome project and it was fairly simple. It was my first lace project. Before that I did a scarf that had a few yarnovers but it was nothing big. Oh and it was done in Lion Brand Midnight Mohair, not a lace weight yarn. Without further ado, the Hanging Garden Stole by Sivia Harding in Lorna's Laces Helen's Lace (Turqoise).





Zoie liked the blocking too. I kept them out of the room when I was not in there due to all of the pins but she came in when I was taking the pins out. My blocking wires have not yet arrived in the LYS, I should call them about that soon - if I remember. I have finished MS3 but not blocked it. I made the wing. It is in black Zephyr yarn with beads. The yarn is from Sarah's yarn. I have finished the cabled cardigan, it just needs buttons and a photograph. I have also almost finished my first toe up sock in my samurai yarn - technoblah. I'm ripping out 5 rows and then starting the cuff. I love the colours, the yarn is a bit splitty, but that is why she switched base yarns. I will try to post pictures of the sock soon. Oh and I made some Mason Dixon Knitting wash cloths.





These are addictive, I know there will be more. I found (finally) some sugar 'n cream cotton (recommended yarn) and it was cheap so I have a lot. But now I gotta go...

Oh yeah, about the title - the fast food chain Taco Time just started selling fresh sushi at the University of Calgary. It isn't awesome, but it is good enough to buy.

3 comments:

Maggie said...

Thanks for the advice!

I ended up going with a 2007 Yaris, manual transmission - no extras. It's used with 26,000 km on it.

I am really happy with it. It's a lot less expensive that some other cars that were older but had more special features.

It's so nice to have something reliable that is not rusty and doesn't smell like gas!

Louiz said...

That lace is lovely! You've got so much more patience that me.

Amy Lane said...

What a lovely job on that lace stole!!! I'm terribly jealous...I've been thinking lace for such a long time!!!! (and my lys just got some gorgeous stuff, too!!!)

Your blog rocks, w or w/out pictures!!! Thanks for showing us what you've been up to!