Remember the Dulaan Project? That’s where these FOs were destined.
08 October 2006
In which I display [lots of] FOs…
…and more pictures than you may want to see. My apologies to those on dial-up.
No. 2 (lined but not reversible; done with the Simple Check Pattern pattern from Barbara Walker’s A Treasury of Knitting Patterns, p.51):
My career as a user-up of old acrylic may be over. Jennifer over at majorknitter.com is asking for yarn for a school teach-the-kids-to-knit project, and my chunky
are going to the post office for her on Monday.
I’m still waiting to hear if they can use the sport weight
or the crochet cotton (loom warping?)
or the novelty yarns
If any of you can recommend a specific charity that could use these, please let me know in the comments. I know I could hunt one up myself, but I’m guessing y’all can help and save me the effort 😉
When all that crapylic is gone, guess what I get to knit?
Several are destined to become Dulaan sweaters and maybe socks. Others have more selfish destinations 😉
Note: that person in the background is my son, scrubbing the ashes off his shoes in the laundry tub. (I sent him outside to burn all the cardboard boxes that had accumulated.) When he saw me about to crop the photo he said to leave him in it so everyone could see his belt and his headphones (“It’s a cool picture of me, Mom!”). I suspect that you who are parents are much more impressed that he is scrubbing his shoes 🙂