October 21, 2004

Baby knitting

I’ve taken a bit of a break from thrumming and from my dad’s sweater to make a few things for a baby shower we’re going to this weekend. I made some little socks, and I’m making a hat to go with them:


I’m also working on a Haiku for the baby (of unknown gender), using up some leftovers from Mark’s King Charles Brocade sweater. I’m having trouble getting a good picture of this, and it doesn’t help that it’s a grey day here. This is the best I can do, and it doesn’t show the pattern off very well — but here’s the body and the beginnings of the sleeves:


I also acquired some new yarn and a new book at Lettuce Knits last night, but I can’t start that project until the baby gifts are done, so I’ll show them off later.

I handed in a draft of my first chapter yesterday! There’s still work to be done on it, but the bulk of it is done, I think. I hope. If my supervisor agrees… So I can get started on the next chapter. Fun, fun, fun!

Posted by Aven at October 21, 2004 03:14 PM

Awww…those little socks are so cute! Sorry I missed the SnB last night, I would have liked to see what you bought

Posted by: Dani at October 21, 2004 04:21 PM

That’s awesome about your thesis chapter!! Good luck with it. It’s encouraging to see other people moving along with that stuff.

Posted by: Rebekah at October 21, 2004 05:34 PM

The socks are definitely adorable. I was sick and couldn’t make it last night. I made the haiku and ran out of yarn for the sleeves, a long-discontinued yarn. Beware that I think it takes more yarn than recommended. It’s a fun sweater to knit and cries out for cute buttons.


Posted by: Jane Koster at October 21, 2004 06:35 PM