Another Loom Class project!

I finished my Loom Class ‘reversible dishtowel toppers’ taught by Christine Clauto. Well, two of them. I still have another two to go. I will be using red yarn for the other two. πŸ˜€ These were so easy and useful! I had been wondering if there was a way to put a loom knitted topper on towels b/c I get furious when Chris or Sir Thade move my towels from the drawer handle by the sink! Thankfully, Lady Tru hadn’t figured out she can pull them off the handle yet. Chris is afraid to wipe his hands on my new towels. LOL! He said, “I don’t wanna wipe my hands on your new towels b/c I am afraid you will fuss at me for getting them dirty.” I laughed and said that they were meant for function and not aesthetic purposes. Of course, those words were too big and I had to scale it back to about kindergarten level speak. LMBO! My hubby is not quite the brightest crayon in the box and I tend to forget that. πŸ˜€

I also finished the second initial scarf and Chris ran off with it this morning before I got to take a pic of it. I should have taken a pic yesterday, but oh well. At least that is finished!
Now to finish my other two towel toppers and move on to my plush house socks that the Ravelry Loom A Long is doing! I couldn’t find the right yarn at Hobby Lobby for the project so went up and down the two aisles of yarn searching for a close enough texture and weight. I ran across Yarn Bee Baby brand called Lamby Pie that is soft and plushy only to get home and look at the pattern again and realize that I need about 90 more yards of it. So I guess after the dishtowel toppers I will work on ONE sock and use a 40% off coupon to get another skein so that I can make my other sock. I am sure I will be sad and walk around in just one sock until I get the other skein though. They look so warm and cushy on the pattern! πŸ˜€
Well, I think that is all I have for today! Talk to ya’ll later!

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1 Comment (+add yours?)

  1. Kathy N
    Jan 20, 2008 @ 19:57:00

    Nice work on the towel toppers. I love knitting these (so quick). And they make super, inexpensive gifts.

    Reply

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