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Friday, December 03, 2010

White Tea

Since I'm doing pretty well on my Christmas knitting, I decided to work on White Tea again last night. The body is finished and all that's left are the sleeves (3/4 length) and the front bands. I picked up the stitches for the first sleeve and got started on it (you can kind of see the beginnings of the sleeve above the needles). Every time I pick this project up, I fall in love with the yarn all over again - it's just so bouncy, soft, and squishy! (Berroco Ultra Alpaca, btw. Webs carries it, but it's available other places too. Anyone who's looking for a Christmas gift for me, Webs has gift cards. Just saying!)

Oh, and just in case you were wondering why I got so little done on the sleeve last night? Well here's a picture of what knitting looked like. (He's leaning on my leg.) You can only knit for so long before you have to rub the sweet puppy belly!

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Blogger bradley7644 said...

I noticed on ravelry that you knit the skier hat by Bea Ellis. Her website is no longer up, do you know of any way I can get a copy of that pattern.

Thank you for any help.


1:37 PM  
Blogger gail said...

AW, love those big paws. I'm happy for you Melanie.

3:08 PM  
Anonymous Roz said...

I've been under a rock. I knew about Ramius, but didn't know about Finn. My condolences.

Little Mr. Logan has big paws to fill -- but I'm sure he'll do the job!

7:29 PM  
Blogger Kim said...

Just can't pass up a Golden belly to rub. Logan is so sweet.

8:08 PM  
Blogger Connie Peterson said...

Sweet puppy tummys are so fun to rub! And they react so well.

9:33 AM  

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