Monday, August 14, 2006

Okay, you asked for it!

Here are all the items completed during the 97 day yarn diet for your perusal.
I haven't been saving them up, I've just been posting about them as and when- they've been here on the blog over the last three months.
(I haven't just sat and worked this all out, it was all logged as I went along, I'll just transfer the relevant bits.)

In order of completion and photo-
Colours for fun, not links.

DB Cotton Cashmere
Midwest Moonlight
DressingTable Mat -140m

Jonelle wool blend
Tiny leaf lace shawl -10m

Rowan Summer Tweed
Deep Cardigan

DB Maya
Braided Mischief scarf

Rowan Kid Classic
Lace Leaf Shawl

Venezia Color Lang Yarns
Shetland Triangle

Jaeger Baby Merino 4ply
Baby Cardigan

7 balls Sirdar Indigo
Sneak preview!
Failed Rowan exchange pyjama case

Present for Rowan Exchange
Not yet received

Which gives us a grand total of

I've got a little something blocking which I hope to show you tomorrow. x K Posted by Picasa


Anonymous said...

Wow - what wonderful creations. Isn't it great to have a record of all the beautiful things you've made? I'm really curious to see what the Rowan exchange gift is!

Charity said...

I am completely impressed! What beautiful things you've made, and what lovely yarn you've used!

Sarah said...

You have been busy! I'm impressed with all your goodies and all that yarn you've used up. Good going!

Kendra said...

Wow you have knitted so many lovely things. It must be even nicer to go yarn shopping after such a long break.

Helen said...

I wouldn't have thought of using Kid Classic for a shawl, but it looks really good. Can you remember what size of needles you used? It's one of my favourite yarns and they have just added some wonderful new shades, much gentler and more sophisticated than the very clear shades they've had in the past.

Kathleen said...

Thanks again, folks. Helen, I used a size 6mm circular.(Normal recommended size is 5 to 5.5mm.) I notice that Kid Classic features in lots of the designs in the new Rowan offering too. x K

Maggie said...

Wow Kathleen!! You've completed so many beautiful projects.