Rocking Circle P

Rocking Circle P is my small farm in Northeastern rural Utah. We're a small fruit, nut and fiber farm.

Sunday, September 21, 2008

Clue 1 is

I joined the Mystery Stole IV and just finished the first clue. I love the lacey look of these stoles. It takes me a long time to complete 1 row and the return, but I think it is worth it. This is my first bead project. Not too shabby for a newbie.


Friday, September 19, 2008

Project Afghan/Lapghan

Finished both Blocks 7.

Pictures of both.

Also finished Block 8. They all need to be blocked.

Phew!!!!! I'm finally caught up for a day or two.

Next Project I started is the Mystery Stole IV.
Still on Clue 1, but should be done with it tomorrow. Here is my progress so far.

Tuesday, September 09, 2008

Fireside Socks are Complete!

I finished the Fireside socks faster than I thought I would. It's been real slow at my work and that made it possible to work on them there, just a little.

Next projects:

Finish Loomclass Block 7 second block

Start Loomclass Block 8

Start Mystery Stole IV - my yarn and beads just came in. This is my first bead project. I'm not sure how that will be.
Nothing Ventured.......Nothing Gained!

Monday, September 08, 2008

Fireside Sock 2

My homespun is not as fine as store bought sock yarns. I ran out of yarn. I thought 5 ozs. would be enough......funny girl. So, I had to spin more yarn for my socks. I also had to dye it, hopefully the same color.


It worked. They are the same, or close enough for the boys I date, as Grandpa always used to say, only he would say girls I date. You can see where one yarn left off and the other started using up the 5 ozs and on to another 4 ozs. Side by side they look like they belong together.

Winter beware.....for I am wearing my Fireside toasty socks.