using Magic Loop method
Yup. Four days! You read that right! Talk about a fast project--although, I really, really, really wanted these to wear. I did one extra repeat on the pattern because I wanted them to be a little longer, but that was it.
So why did it take me so long to show you this? Because I was wallowing in The-Book-That-Shall-Remain-Nameless (which went to the printer on the 16th), and then a one-week review of the online version of The-Book-That-Shall-Remain-Nameless (which just finished today). Far more painful for Elsie than me, unfortunately. (Sorry Elsie!)
Oh--and in the middle of all of this I started taking two paralegal classes. (Another story for another post.) And I made a couple of trips up to the house. With some stops at Webs. (After all, it is on the way.) And... well... I never really blogged about doing the knit-from-you-stash thing, although I did put a button over on the left side there, but I was doing the knit-from-you-stash thing. Yeah. Well... I guess I only lasted about a month and a half on that. But even though I've fallen off the wagon on that one, I didn't fall too badly (some pictures tomorrow).
I know--lots to explain, but right now it's time for me to work on a couple of sleeves before going to sleep. No travelling this weekend, except maybe to Joanne's, so there will be blogging this weekend. Plus stash pix. I promise!
E.T.A. In answer to Carole's comment... the Alpine Pearl Malabrigo did come from my stash! It was purchased at Fabric Place in Cromwell, Connecticut about two years ago. So there!!!