Friday, February 15, 2008

FO: Honeybee!

Finished at 11:45 Wednesday night, but not yet blocked -- all 8 feet of her.

One Big Honeybee

Harley likes her, too. When I block (probably Sunday, during the next predicted snowstorm), I'll try to pull the sides out, to make her a bit wider.

See the few inches that need to be woven in in the picture below? That's ALL the yarn I had left!

All that's left

I'll post specs with the blocking pictures in a few days.

So last night, I cast on Wisp with some beautiful tea rose Kidsilk Spray. I knit a few rows, decided it needed to be wider, and frogged. Except, of course, Kidsilk Spray doesn't frog so well, so i just cut it off. Luckily, I have 4 skeins of yarn for a pattern that calls for 1!

Tonight, because I'm no longer in a Wisp-y mood, I think I'll cast on for my Bird in Hand mittens. Of course, I could work on my hat... But I think my hands are colder than my head!

6 comments:

Linda the Sister said...

Wow! That's long enough for your very tall sister! Honeybee is GORGEOUS!

Bezzie said...

You're a lean mean lace knitting machine!

And you had enough yarn!

Can't wait to see it blocked.

Chris said...

It sure SOUNDS long enough - I can hardly wait to see it blocked!

Yikes, that's WAY too little left over yarn.

Amysatx said...

Wow! That looks amazing!

pjbknit said...

Oh, that looks so pretty. Harley has good taste

Helen said...

Gorgeous!
I keep thinking I'll make a wisp too...but I'm not allowed to cast on anything yet....
sigh