Sunday, March 12, 2006

Jaywalker #1 - Finished

1 (finally) down, 1 (ugh) to go. But it's finally done! Took long enough. I've been so busy though, I really haven't had time to devote to any one project that was more complicated than a dishcloth. But I'm getting back to a normal groove. I got farther on my Pinwheel Baby Blanket too. When I first blogged about it, someone (evil they must be) asked if I wasn't telling you all something. No! I'm not pregnant! It's for my friend's baby that inherited the Odessa. She won't sleep without it. She has to cuddle it at all times, so I've been asked to please make something without beads that she could snuggle in her crib. So I'm working on that, and hopefully will finish within the next two weeks. But in the meantime, a new dishcloth knit-a-long starts on Wednesday, and I have Jaywalker #2 to work on. But as I look at my calendar, I think that second Jaywalker will have to wait until I finish a pair of fuzzy feet for my Nephew's birthday in April. I'll have to get them knit up beforethe first week of April is finished so I can mail them out. He's proven to be knit-worthy, so I'm excited to make these for him. Plus he'll have fun felting them. Oh, and that's my car in the background there. I love my CRV.

7 comments:

Trillian42 said...

Love the colors on the Jaywalker!

Zonda said...

Ditto! Great job!

Darn it...thought I was gonna see the Jaywalker bathroom..hehe

Pyewacket said...

That is the prettiest Jaywalker I've seen, hands down. Those colors look like a painted desert.

turtlegirl76 said...

Next Sunday, Zonda, I promise. Or maybe Saturday night. Either way, it's getting done Saturday.

Rain said...

Your Jaywalker is gorgeous, the striping looks fab.

Areli said...

What a nice happy sock.

You are going to be a busy knitter for the next little while!

Hope you are settling into your new nest, all nice and cozy.

Pyewacket said...

'Course you gotta scoot -- you're Scooter. ;-)

Here's the River Rapid pattern:
http://files.blog-city.com/files/aa/3830/b/river_rapids.pdf