Sunday, April 01, 2012

Almost!

This weekend I thought for sure, that I would get Old Forge # 2 done. But alas, I ran out of yarn for the second time. So close, but no cigar. For about 3o stitch I'm short of yarn. This knit on edge takes more yarn than I thought it would.
Darn tooten! No joke!

Old Forge # 2 almost done

Back to the spinning wheel. I'm SOOOOOOOOO done with this!

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I've been meaning to share these photos of Maggie with you.
Long nose.
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Big nose.
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Big teeth.
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BIGGER nose.
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Will you let go of it already?

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All I wanted was a nice photo of Maggie, sitting pretty. :o)
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11 comments:

Walden said...

With all of it, I still love her big ears! :)

KicsiKat├│ said...

Ouch! Another proof you cannot have enough stash... Just iterate in your head: just 30 stitches! :)

Catherine said...

I love the colour of your knitting - so beautiful, it WILL be worth all the hard work

Mo said...

Maggie's a cutie and I love your handspun yarn.

CelticCastOn said...

Hello Miss Maggie, long time no see. T thinks Boss and molly should be allowed on the couch too and then Boss could read Madam Dragon *one of her books* hahah

Wanderingcatstudio said...

That's so frustrating!

I like the colours in it.

Maggie is such a pretty girl - large nose and all!

monica said...

Awww Maggie is so cute!!

Susan said...

My, what big teeth you have...

I love her bunny ears :)

Anna M said...

Getting dogs to pose for pictures is always hilarious around here. Agatha is a poseable doll most times and Taffy delights in moving at the critical moment.

I love the nose shots!

Mr Puffy's Knitting Blog: said...

Adorable series of pictures of Maggie! It's nice to see her in the lime light and I don't think her nose is big - it's perfectly in proportion to her ears :)

2paw said...

Maggie is indeed very pretty and I think she is secretly a wolf sometimes!! Isn't it always the way that you either have way too much or just a smidgen too little wool when you are casting off??