Monday, March 19, 2007


This past month I just wanted to knit for knitting's sake. I suddenly did a 180 and now i look at my stash and wish I could knit faster as there are so many things I want to make. I have been wanting to make a calorimetry (pattern on this winter and decided I better get to it if I want to wear it this winter so here it is so far...I am using a handspun yarn that I purchased at last years NH S&W Fest.
These are the socks I started on my Florida trip in February. It is made with the Fleece Artist sock yarn which is very nice to knit with. I tried following the pattern on the label to try something new but it wasn't working for me so i switched back to my pattern at the heel. How exactly is it supposed to work with an odd number of stitches on the heel? Has anyone else tried that pattern?
And here are the squares for the Lizard Ridge which are so addictive that I get nothing else done. they are done in repeats of 6 rows and it is so easy to say just one more repeat. I may have to make a second when this one is finished.
I have one other project on the needles for a friend who might read the blog so I can't put up a photo. I am trying a new (to me) Noro yarn that is a wool, acrylic, cotton blend. It is a kind of slubby nubby and I am not sure if I am going to be inspired to finish this one but I know that the recipient will love it so I knit on!
The last photo is of my beautiful three year old princess. The party was very pink and very fun. Quite different than the parties my two boys have had over the years!
Can anyone enlighten me on how to highlight something so that people can click on it and go to that site? ( Thanks.

1 comment:

Cynthia said...

To make a link in blogger, highlight the text that you want to turn into a link. Then look for a peculiar little icon about in the middle of the tool bar. It's a green blob with some parenthesis on top of it that I think are supposed to look like a chain link. (It's just to the right of the big T & box of colors for changing your text color.) If you scroll over the icons really slowly a name will pop up; that one is called Link.

Click on it and you'll be prompted to enter the URL of the page you want your highlighted text to go to.

Hope this helps. Blogger is not particularly intuitive.