Wednesday, November 04, 2009

K, K, K, K

Yep getting a little bit of puuuuuuuure & simple garter stitch in

Just a little bit of knitting going on *gasp AND on straight needles* (not by choice Haha)...really not much (a simple scarf)...but it's something!! :)

Hope everyone else is getting more crafting in than me!!

24 Comments:

  1. Monique said...
    Well, at least you started your project. I only knitted my swatch today, so I can't do anything till tomorrow. (technically later today; it's 1:17 a.m. lol!!) So good for you for getting something crafted!
    martha - ca knitter said...
    Ah, the simplicity of the garter stitch. Love it! The color is so beautiful...one of my favorites.
    Keep on, keepin' on. :-)
    muchadored said...
    I'm working on a garter stitch project in the same exact shade and same exact yarn. Crazy! And the therapeutic power of garter can't be denied.
    Channon said...
    Inch by inch, and it's a hobby, so it can be whatever you need/want it to be, right?! I know the color speaks volumes for you too.
    Adrienne said...
    Glad you are doing SOME crafting! LOL My knitting mojo is on fire over here lol.
    Patricia Richardson said...
    Glad to see you back in blogland and easing your way back into crafting. Love the yarn color and the simplicity of a garter stitch scarf can never go wrong. I'm mostly crocheting baby afghans for a new granddaughter due to arrive in January (Ravelry ID - Peppermintpattie). You're in my thoughts and prayers.
    del said...
    So good to see you crafting again. Garter stitch can be so soothing.
    Michelle said...
    Glad your knitting again! Love the purple!
    DeltaPurl said...
    Mindless knitting is the best
    Karine said...
    A garter st scarf done in a gorgeous yarn will always look gorgeous.
    maceknits said...
    Welcome back. I agree with the others that garter stitch is soothing.

    Stacey in CA
    diddlinaknits said...
    Great way to ease back in and very pretty color. I am glad to see you taking the small steps. i have been missing you.
    stillpatrice said...
    Lol must be getting cold in the queen city... you done pulled out the knitting :)

    I'm supposed to cast on for a scarf/neckwarmer today. We'll see.
    cici said...
    waving:::::::::: girl glad to see you knitting with some purple. Best color choice♥
    Liz said...
    Gorgeous colour. Nope, you are doing way more crafting than me at the moment. I need to make a space in my time.... Have a good weekend xx
    buttahflychronicles said...
    I'm very concerned about my own mojo so I know what you're going through. Lately when I'm knitting it feels so forced. I hope it's just a phase, because I still really want all the projects I drool over.
    Batty said...
    That's a lovely purple! I hope it's bringing you joy and peace and warmth. I love garter stitch for its meditative, rhythmic quality. Knit, knit, knit, knit... then knit some more. Can't be beat.
    kim said...
    Good to see you back again. Garter stitch can be very therapeutic. Enjoy!
    Don said...
    Purple rain, purple rain...purple rain, purple rain.

    I only want to see you laughing in the purple rain.

    I never wanted to be your weekend lover. I only wanted to be some kind of friend....
    moo said...
    Same, same, same! I am knitting squares that will eventually go to Africa after being stitched into blankets. The beauty is that I don't have to stitch them together! I am just doing my little part. Plus working away on a log cabin.
    tiennie said...
    I'm with ya on the simple knitting right now!
    Don said...
    here you go, Stae:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vXNhArf-MSk&feature=related
    Ilix said...
    Garter Stitch is good.
    Andrea said...
    Better late than never. I'm so glad to see that you are back. Love the color.

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