Wednesday, June 10, 2009

Am I Mad??!


Cutting into perfectly good knitting? My very first attempt at steeking and I must admit that it wasn't as daunting as I thought it would be, it was actually a lot of fun. And after picking up the stitches to knit around the edges it gives a much neater finish as there are no loose edge stitches which quite often become a bit distorted. The pattern is Colorwork Wrap Vest and I am using Bendigo Luxury 4ply in colours #355 Cork Brown and #343 Stone. I am up to the finishing off and so should have it finished by the end of the week, which is just as well as Janelle is just itching to wear it! But there is still 115 cms (45 inches) of I-cord to be knitted on 2.75 needles so that will be a bit tedious I suspect.

I have finally finished the Log Cabin Blanket and I love it so much that I have cast on the moderne log cabin blanket, plus it gives me an easy garter stitch project to have on the go.


Till next time, happy knitting.

6 comments:

2paw said...

Yeah but no but yeah but no but!!!
I had to squeal and wave my hands aboput!! I am both excited for you and terrified!! Well done, it looks beautiful!! LOVE the blanket too!!

Michelle said...

Love that log cabin blanket!! It's so pretty and colourful!!! I believe this is the 2nd log cabin blanket you've ever knitted?

Lynne said...

Steeking still scares me!

The blanket is gorgeous! So bright and colourful!!

Ann said...

The blanket is gorgeous. It does sound frightening to be cutting up your perfect knitting but it's looking good. Love the color combinations.

Knitting Bee said...

That is a beautiful log cabin blanket. I love the colores, it creates such a great effect!

Joan Firgaira said...

That is an awesome log cabin blanket! Good job! :)