A few weeks ago I knit The Age of Brass and Steam Kerchief. I bit the bullet and joined Ravelry just for this pattern. After I saw Pinko Knitter’s version of this scarf, I had to have it.
Luckily I had some lovely yarn in my stash to use! My Mom bought three balls of this yarn for me two Christmas’s ago…it started out as a sweater but I didn’t like it so I ripped it out.
One ball worked up perfectly for this project which was wonderful. This scarf worked up super-quick. I mean like a week, week and a half, tops. This pattern was also really portable, which helped me finish it. I have quite a few projects on needles that are just too big for me to lug around, so I’ve lost interest in them, being able to stuff this project in a small bag was really convenient for me. I will definitely knit this pattern again, it was so fun!
- So this was an awesome street to walk on…just saying.
Yes this has the same picture from my last post, but since it’s all from the same piece/street I had to keep them together…also can we just look at the fact that…
I made a collage!
And sure this is nothing to some people, but sometimes I literally astound myself with the sheer lack of computer literacy I possess. Astound. But anyways, I made this schmancy little collage with picmonkey, and it was wonderfully easy. Drag and drop editing, apparently I can do!
This mural was on Dauphin Street in Downtown Mobile, AL. I was there last week for SETC (South Eastern Theatre Conference) and I had a wonderful time. My friend and I wandered all the way down this road and found a few nice shops. But as I can’t buy clothes (oh New Year’s Resolution, why did I pick you?!) I didn’t get anything but lovely pictures. And food, delicious food…oh and we seemed to bring the nice weather back with us for a time, let’s pray it lasts but I hear snowfall is on the radar. Oh well I still have tea 🙂
Street Art from Mobile, Alabama. I was going through my pictures from last week at SETC and this quote jumped right out…if it was a dog it would have bit me.