Friday, June 23, 2006

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    One summer night, out on a flat headland,
    all but surrounded by the waters of the bay,
    the horizons were remote and distant rims on the edge of space.

    -Rachel Carson

    This is what passes for knitting in the midst of my busy schedule of eating fish tacos: I wound some yarn. The yarn is Cascade 220, The Official Yarn of Knitting Underway (TM). The green is leftover from Am Kamin. The magenta I bought to coordinate.

    I have two skeins (440 yards) of green and one skein (220 yards) of magenta. The yarn is being used double and it will be felted. Can anyone guess what I'm making? There may be a little something in it for you, since I'll be awfully impressed if you can.

    Hint: I've made this pattern once before, used the finished object extensively for four years until it wore out, and now I miss it on a daily basis . . . hence round 2.


    Blogger Anneliese Kelly said...

    I'm going to guess...that bag you had with the felted applique flowers. Close? I can't think of anything else you made around 4 years ago that was felted and in those colors.

    6/23/2006 9:41 AM  
    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    Fiber Trends Felts Clogs.

    WITH contrast bumper

    6/23/2006 10:14 AM  
    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    ooohh!! I think Katherine is right! I was going to guess the same thing : D

    6/23/2006 10:19 AM  
    Blogger Liz said...

    Hmm. Having not known you 4 years ago (or much since then, to be honest), this was going to be my guess: (a felted backpack that uses 3 skeins of Cascade 220).

    6/23/2006 11:10 AM  
    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    No guess, but whatever it is will be pretty in that color combo- and you can't go wrong with Cascade 220. Clever way to set up the swift. Mine fits on only one table in the house, vertically. Now I realize it can go horizontally on a chair, or even a door edge or what have you in a pinch.

    6/23/2006 11:43 AM  
    Blogger Valerie Owens said...

    Not sure what you're making, Theresa, but I can't wait to hear more about it. My big question to you, however, is what is that exciting contraption around which you have wound Cascade 220?

    6/23/2006 12:12 PM  
    Blogger Pam said...

    Well, I really did think "felted clogs" before I looked at the other comments, but I'm late saying so.

    6/23/2006 3:51 PM  
    Blogger Jenn said...

    Hmmmm, buttonhole bag? Doesn't seem like that's be around for 4 years though.

    6/23/2006 6:17 PM  
    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    I wanted to guess the clogs too...oh well!

    6/23/2006 7:08 PM  
    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    I have no idea what you are making.

    Seriously? Fish tacos? Our taco guy makes his all fried an delicious but just with beef or chicken. I also supect he puts crack in them. They are all I want to eat.

    6/23/2006 9:04 PM  
    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    French Market Bag!

    That's what I would make anyway!

    Yum on the fish tacos, though it's ironic I never ate them the whole time I lived in SD but have eaten them in OK!

    6/23/2006 10:19 PM  
    Blogger OzKnitter said...

    I'm guessing a needle quiver (I think that's what they're called. It's like a really tall pencil cup, but it's for knitting needles instead).

    6/23/2006 11:35 PM  
    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    late to the party but I KNOW it must be fiber trends felt clogs -- I knew that when you said 2 and 1 skiens and held double. It has got to be

    6/24/2006 6:13 AM  
    Anonymous Anonymous said...

    I bet it is a booga bag, to carry all your stuff to work. Hope the suny skies of San Diego are treating you well.

    6/24/2006 6:53 AM  
    Blogger Shoshana said...

    I'm with the flitgirl on this one

    6/25/2006 9:00 AM  
    Blogger Chris said...

    Some sort of felted bag?

    6/25/2006 4:32 PM  

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