Wednesday, January 26, 2011

Yarn Along With Ginny

I have been kinda behind with my yarn along.  Not because I wanted to be...just every Wednesday I would forget.  I have knitted a ton of stuff, well maybe 3 or 4 things that I have not shared.


 My most exciting project is this Louisa Harding fingerless glove. I loved making it and I still need to finish the mate. It was such a fun thing to knit and I have sworn to make a pair for every person I know. Not giving myself a deadline on that.



I am deeply in love with all things Louisa Harding right now and I have so much fun dreaming of the day I can knit whatever she creates.

But right now I have to say my ability is severely behind my aspirations.

In other words, I am not as good of a knitter as I think I am. 

But with each project I know I will get better....I hope, because I have big plans for myself.

Join Ginny and her AMAZING readers at her small things blog where she brings together knitting and reading. 

11 comments:

  1. I like your spirit...you'll get it and be a pro in no time! looks great already to me. :-0
    Blessings,
    Jill

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  2. The gloves are beautiful! You are way ahead of me! I do love the sweater/dress... you have to "plog" a picture when you finish those!
    By the way, loved the house post... I am one of those people that wants to see the insides of others homes...glad I am not the only one!

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  3. What a beautiful glove! I love it. I agree...her styles are just wonderful.

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  4. Those gloves are amazing! You look like you're already an expert. What I have noticed with my knitting, whenever I look at a project it always looks harder to make than it is. Keep up the great work!

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  5. Her stuff is truly gorgeous and therefore, your mitt is too!

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  6. The glove is amazing! And I agree with many, her styles are amazing.

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  7. The glove is beautiful! Very inspiring for me to GET GOING on my knitting!!!

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  8. I have been wanting to make those gloves forever now! I made another pair, like them called Reading Mitts, a free pattern on Ravelry. I love LH! Have you seen the kid books? Oh heavens. I have them, but I have yet to make anything out of them since they also make me feel intimidated.

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  9. Oh my goodness! I think your stuff looks great! You can knit me a pair of those gloves any day! They look awesome!! xoxo

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