January 31, 2005

FERALS TONIGHT!

Ferals tonight! I'll be taking the Sandness, which has only about 6 rounds of ribbing completed. I woud take a photo, but I'm afraid you would misunderstand. You would see the photo, and you would think, Oh my, that woman is knitting the messiest corrugated rib I have ever seen! But in fact, this is no ordinary corrugated rib. Sandness calls for a 3 x 2 rib with a little pattern in it, a little candycane stripe, and six rounds is not enough for the pattern to really assert itself. So I'll just show you a photo later.

Yesterday, Scott and I took our parents out to dinner on Seattle's waterfront. For car knitting, I took Elfin. (I just don't think of Fair Isle knitting as being good travel knitting.) I have completed the shoulder shaping on three out of four of Elfin's shoulders! And am nearly ready to perform a three-needle bind-off to join the back shoulders to the fronts. (Dinner was very satisfying, both in terms of food, and in terms of enjoying time with our family.)

Ciao for now!

Posted by Karen at January 31, 2005 04:48 PM
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I only wish I could be at Ferals tonight. Was it Place Pigalle? Doug and I (and my friend Craig) had a lovely dinner there a couple of years ago.

Posted by: Angela at February 1, 2005 01:21 AM

Ray's Boathouse.

I've not been to Place Pigalle, but I've heard it's good.

Posted by: Karen at February 1, 2005 11:15 AM