Tuesday, December 18, 2007

More finished projects...


These little guys are amazing...I found the pattern on Ravelry, called Tribbles. Then I remembered that I'd heard about them a long time ago, but never got around to whipping them up. I won't forget about them again. The coolest part?



After knitting up these Dishcloths and Kitchen Hanging Hand Towels, I was able to knit up a matching Tribble for each of these sets and...



Still had a wee bit of yarn left over! I used a 5 oz skein of Lion Cotton for each of the sets. I love the fact that I could do a whole set of 3 out of one skein of yarn. Yippee! Can't wait to knock a few more things off my to-do list, so I can dive into my cotton left overs and knock these out quickly. They're sooooooooo fast..and soooooooooooooooo easy! And no more left overs that I have no clue what to do with!



Out of Lion Cotton, another KBB Dishcloth...unblocked here... to go with the KBB Kitchen Hanging Hand Towel I posted last week.




Then, added a Bridal Shower Lace Cloth out of the Jute colorway from Lily's Sugar 'n Cream...



To make this Kitchen set to wing over to my daughter in Boston..with luck she won't be looking here before Christmas. Yes, that's another tribble there out of the left over Jute color.




Don't you love that book, "Hat's On!" by Charlene Schurch? I have made a lot of patterns from there in the past. Here's another Classic watch Cap out of Ella Rae, 100% wool, Cherry colorway. I found this yarn from a LYS that is sadly closing for good this month. I've had many a great day knitting with the group over at Sit 'n Knit. Going to miss you ladies!

3 comments:

LizzieK8 said...

Couldn't find the Tribbles in Ravelry. Can you post a link

Susan said...

Thanks so much for the Michigan pattern! Although I modified it a little, I made two of the towels for SIL, a Michigan grad, for his golf bag. Really appreciate your sharing. Susan

Lil Knitter said...

Your kitchen set so nice. I really like the Jute...looks very natural and will go with everything.