Wednesday, September 10, 2008

September Mid-Month KAL

This KAL pattern called for red. I don't normally use red, because it bleeds. I thought I would just try orange and see what happened. Now I realize I should have gone for brown, but it still looks cute. :) It's a schoolhouse, and I love it!
In spite of my "summer break", things are starting back up around here. This week is the first week of CYT. We don't know all of the plays yet, but we do know that the Monday 13+ class is doing Reformation of Katherine and the Wednesday Homeschool class (the class I help with) is doing Little Princess. I am SO excited about Reformation! I've never seen it before, but I've read the script, and I think it's going to be amazing! I can't wait get started.


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7 comments:

DawnK said...

Beautiful! My purl stitches were too loose and I should have been tightening them more! I'm not as happy with how mine looks, compared to other dishcloths I've done. Yours is very pretty!

Joelle said...

yay! That is really cute! I love it orange, but I guess you know best! I can't wait to see your audition! :-) Have a good rest of the week and see you Saturday!!

hakucho said...

Love your schoolhouse cloth. Perfect gift for a teacher :)

For my circle cloth I cast on 46 stitches. If you can wait I'll be posting the pattern as soon as I have a chance. Life sure has been hectic lately :)

Have a wonderful weekend :)

Tea said...

Oh, your cloth looks much better than the model on the dishcloth group! Looks good in orange.
Good luck with your next play!

Karen T. said...

I am DETERMINED to knit this one! I haven't knit since spring! But my knitting season is upon me (winter in Maine!) and I want to get caught up on all the KALS. I really like this one, too, with the schoolhouse. Thanks for showing it!
Karen T.

The Gaines family said...

Very Complicated..... Love, Austin

hakucho said...

Hi Lindy,
I know you had started the circle cloth. Just wanted to let you know that I made a couple of mistakes in writing the pattern...sure hope you weren't having trouble with it. If I know you you probably figured it out on your own :) Next time I write up a pattern I'll need test knitters ;) I have made the necessary corrections. Let me know how you made out with it. Thanks :)

happy knitting :)
Deb