Wednesday, October 30, 2013

Yarn Along: Bag, Cloth, Scarf

My bag is done!

I knit another wash cloth on the way to and back
from church this weekend!

I also knit a very warm heavy scarf for
a long time member of my church in Ottawa.
It is for the coldest of winter days.
I am reading so many books!
Still going on
Standing Facing the Stove
Orthodoxy by GK Chesterton
and have read a bit in
The Northern Thebaid.
What are you reading and creating?
Yarn Along with us!


Juliana said...

The bag looks great! I'm so proud of you for learning new techniques and continuing on with your knitting!! Yay!!

Elizabeth @ The Garden Window said...

Your bag is wonderful!
Have fun with your knitting :-)

October Rose said...

I love the bag! And that scarf looks wonderfully thick and squishy. :)

Mary G said...

Love the bag ... and GKC! How I wish we could do a virtual knitting get-together so we could all swap knitterly and literary thoughts over a glass of wine in our pjs!

Join my Ravelry group if you get a chance ... we could do virtual chats there.


Lisa said...

Good going!

Apseed I said...

What a beautiful bag!!!! You should be very proud.
And that thick scarf looks so cozy!

Anonymous said...

The bag turned out great!

Have you ever tried this pattern for your dish cloths?

It's made the same way as you are already, but might help your edges look more even. Another idea is to slip the first stitch on every row.

Lisa @ HappyinDoleValley said...

We enjoy Chesterton but have yet to read Orthodoxy. Congrats on the finished projects...your knitting is looking good. :)

M. Emily said...

Great job on the bag!!