After I finished knitting the long, long rows of plain and purl for the green cardi, I felt like knitting something small and complicated. Something that would make me think and concentrate.
The Vineyard wash cloth fit the bill perfectly. Details here. I loved knitting this pattern of intricate intertwined little leaves that came together so quickly.
This wash cloth is getting packed up with some soap and some seeds and heading to my secret partner in Jodie's Spring Washer Swap. I hope she likes it.
And what's a girl to do when she can't possibly concentrate on intricate pattern but needs a project to keep her hands busy while out and about? Why crochet ric rac of course!
This is for Ms Beccasauras for a little swap we did. A pair of Dortjes for a pile of crocheted ric rac.
And then there's the beginnings of another Olearia. I'm dying to see how the pattern looks in this multicolour yarn.
And finally, thanks so much for the gorgeous messages left here and on Ravelry about my green cardi. I appreciate and love reading each and every one. You guys are the best!
So what are you up to today?
I'm off to Kirsty's to check.
Happy Thursday y'all. X