Saturday, June 13, 2009

The Knitting of the Green

Green has never been a favorite colorofmine. (<--sesame seed under the space bar, fixed now) I most often go for reds and blues. Yet I find that the last several things I've knit have had at least a little green. First there is the new washcloth I've made myself.
Next is the yarn for a secret project. 100% bamboo, 250 yards/100 grams.
Here is the greenest soaker ever made. This is vintage wool. The texture is verry, verry springy.

6 comments:

Batty said...

Ooooh, green! So pretty! I've been accumulating green and yellow yarn lately, not sure what's going on. Suddenly, I can't get enough of the stuff.

Caffeine Girl said...

The soakers are darling -- and "green" in more way than one!

Rosa said...

I love green! heehee, but I'm sure you know that already. Looks good. Maybe you just felt that you needed a new color. The next one might be pink!

MollyBeees said...

I'm not a green person either but I really like that dishcloth!!!!

Elizabeth said...

There are greens and then there are greens. Some greens are more greenly than others, know what I mean?

I hope my brief burst of overly-committed insanity has past and I can resume business as usual.

Knitter's Journey said...

Hi Kathy

Okay, so I see you are knitting. Why haven't you been there on Monday nights? It's been fun.
Bev