A lovely warm cosy fire,slippers and a rug,
only one more thing I wanted to do
and that was knit.
A trip to K Mart to look for yarn
I usually buy wool from the Bendigo woollen mills
when making jumpers,but just for a scarf, K Mart yarn is fine.
I found this strange looking stuff called Pallette
It had the pattern under the label.
|It took me a half hour to work out what the pattern was saying.|
After only an hour my scarf was half way there.
It was layers of frills.
All I had to do was knit into the holes
and use the holes along the strand as the wool to wrap around the needle.
Very clever whoever thought it up.
Within 3 hours it was finished. Amazing stuff.
When my daughter saw it she wanted one too.
So when My Granddaughter, Kelly came over on Sunday and saw mine.
She wanted to knit a plain scarf.
Off she went with her mother to K Mart to buy some wool
I asked her to get me another ball of the Pallette in Autumn tonings.
We sat down and had a lovely afternoon knitting away,all cozy in front of the fire with a cup of tea,
while the rest of her family went off to the footy.
"Rather be here Nanny", she said
Kelly loves a cup of tea especially in a china cup.
Kelly's wool is a lovely turquoise colour in plain knitting
and the one for my daughter was finished by dinner time.
I'm in the mood for more now
What are you knitting at the moment?
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