Pamuya Blocked and Ready

It’s so nice when there’s something on my “want to do” for so long and then I get it done and love it! Yesterday I got Pamuya off the blocking wires/mats and I think it looks beautiful!

Pamuya

Pamuya

This one will probably get worn often . . both cold days of winter!  :)

Pamuya

Pamuya

It was so fun to make . . some day I’m going to make another one for a gift . . and I already know who the recipient will be . . but it’s going to be a while before I get that one done.

On the Needles – June 26, 2015

Pamuya is finished and I had hoped to get a photo of it already blocked for today’s post but that will have to wait til later today. Since we can’t start on the second Camp Loopy project til July 1, I think I’m going to give my hands a rest for a few days. I might work a bit on one of the stockinette projects but no fast and furious knitting til July 1.

Pamuya

Pamuya

On the Needles – June 19, 2015

What’s on your knitting needles? 

Pamuya

Pamuya

I’m still working on Pamuya for Camp Loopy. Today I’ll start the second skein of yarn. Each skein is 436 yards, the minimum we have to use is 400 yards so I had really hoped to not have to use the second skein but I’m going to have to use probably another 100 yards or so. There are still about 10 rows to knit,plus the border, plus the bind-off. At this point, the rows are long and take forever but it’s going to be really pretty. The lacy pattern will be more obvious after blocking. I like it and I love the colors.

By the way, Nicole finished her project. The photo was taken pre-blocking so it grew a little. She’s giving it to her grandma.

Nicole's Cinnamon Toast

Nicole’s Cinnamon Toast