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.


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.