Hey there. Glad you came by. Here is what has happened in my world.
I am still working on Nuuk. It is getting really close to being finished.
Another 7 inches added this past week. As you can see, I have changed up the bottom of the sweater. Bottom ribbing is not my friend. I like my sweaters to 'flow' or 'swing' away from my hip area. So I found another sweater pattern with this as the bottom edging and decided to try it out. I do like it and it gives the sweater a little oomph since it is 99% stockinette. My hope is when I finish this 10 row set of lace, it will be the length I am desiring. A try on will happen to double check.
And that my friends, is all for my crafting this week. Last week I showed you my bagels I made. Just so you don't think I am a whiz at making those holes perfect............
Not sure if I will post next week or not. Hubby and I are taking a little road trip to Las Vegas. So..............................
Until Next Time.......................Happy Crafting!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Your Nuuk will be lovely with that lacy bottom bit - a bit like Tegna. The bagel moulds look like a great idea. Hope you have a good trip to Las Vegas!ReplyDelete
Great idea to "reapply" a border from another sweater/top. Thanks for sharing your bagel "secret". I love bagels - especially Panera's Cinnamon Crunch!ReplyDelete
You are so talented to change the pattern. I wouldn't be that knowledgable. It is so pretty and 7 inches! You are fast! That's a cool gadget for the bagels. Do you stack them on it or do you have one for each bagel? I found a neat garlic press on Amazon that you don't need to peel the garlic first. Have fun in Las Vegas!ReplyDelete
I do not like tight bands on my sweaters either!! Look at you go, you are a knitting wizard.ReplyDelete
That’s a lovely idea for the bottom of your jumper. I usually do twisted rib so there’s no pull in but this lace will really be lovely. I do love that yarn colour. Enjoy your Vegas trip. LizReplyDelete