26 November 2010

And Then There Were Two ...

... Seafarer's Scarves, that is!  I actually finished knitting this a couple of weeks ago, but due to camera/computer difficulties, didn't manage to upload the picture until the last couple of days.  I'm already well into the third one, so I feel like I'm playing catch-up with this post.  In any event, the FO itself:

PatternSeafarer's Scarf
Yarn: Misti Alpaca Handpaint Suri & Silk. (Again, I don't know the specific colorway, because the ball band was missing ...)
Needles: US 5
Comments: This pattern is great for knitting in front of the TV, or when you feel like your mind is fried otherwise.  It's also a good project if you have interruptions from time to time, 'cause you can always figure out where you left off!  I'm really pleased with how this one turned out, and how the lighter colorway looks different from the previous one I made in a charcoal-gray-ish colorway.


In other news, we had a very enjoyable Thanksgiving.  There was even some snow (for about 5 minutes, but it still counts as far as we are concerned)!  This morning I also created a new (to me) breakfast taste sensation when I took some leftover cranberry sauce and put it into some plain homemade yogurt - YUM! 

The Tim is at work today, and Jetsam and I are doing some laundry, and as soon as I sign off here, will attempt to clean up the computer/craft/stuff room while watching and listening to the second half of the WVU/Pitt football game.  Then tonight, leftovers for dinner, and a cozy evening.

Holidays rock.


SissySees said...

Wah! I want snow. I remember one snowy Thanksgiving in my childhood... sigh.

Quilting Mama said...

Like the scarf. As I continue to put off more on my 1st sweater a new scarf pattern will be enjoyable.

Marie said...

Holidays DO rock, don't they?

Brigitte said...

Wow Jetsam! You're so talented! You do laundry too? I'm sure your Ma is just helping, lol.

Snow rocks.

Carrie#K said...

Congrats on the scarves, nice going! They're so handy too.

Snow! Jealous. We're having heavy frost.

That is such a great idea with the cranberry sauce & yogurt. I'm going to have that for dessert tonight.