Sunday, June 3, 2007

flash the stash

So you want to see the stash? I am a bit embarrassed at its diminutive stature.

This



and this


are the extent of it.





From right to left:

The big balls on top are STR Sunstone and Fire On The Mountain.

Under them are 2 skeins of Lorna's Laces color Lucky Strike

The green and purple, er, lime and violet, is from rubyshapire yarn

STR G-Rocks

Claudia Carousel, 2 skeins

Under and beside Claudia are 4 skeins of Louet Gems, 2 blue, 2 green

Barely visible is STR Pink Granite

STR Knitty Rocks





This is the rest of the yarn for the Russian Stole.



Progress on the stole.




Progress also on the Airy Scarf. This is the doctor's waiting room and baseball game watching scarf. I took this pic a few days ago, it is already much longer. Even though it knits up very fast it may take forever to knit the 400 yards. STR Downpour.



The picture is right side up in my computer, but I can not figure out how to flip it for Blogger. Lean to the left.



Current Socks. Summ using All things Heather. This is the Loopy Ewe sock club that I traded with Tan for a no longer availbale Yarn Pirate.

It is downright electric.


Not what I was expecting, but coming along nicely.

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Tan said...

Oh no, the Loopy yarn wasn't what you expected either! Did you see a picture of a different one? I did join the club when someone else dropped out, so maybe there was a previous mailing. You should be so proud of yourself for having a reasonably-sized stash. Mine is mostly useless, because no matter how many projects I have on the needles or in my head, for some reason I can only knit on one at a time . . . I need to work on my foot dexterity.

Terri said...

The yarn IS the colorway I expected. I am suprised by the neon glow. Not a bad thing, just not what I expected.

As soon as you get the whole foot kntting thing worked out you be sure to let us know. We musicianS should have no problem reading 2 patterns at once while having our hands and feet do different things!