Wednesday, July 18, 2007

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Good ideas - but you can't felt superwash! I was thinking of a baby hat, but I'm selfish - I like this yarn too much to use in on someone else - It's for me!! But thanks for the great ideas!!
Knit Peace

3 comments:

Roxie said...

The yarn is gorgeous, and the mitered squares show it off splendidly. So, it's too big for a sock, too small for a hat. Slouchy wrist warmers? Keep going till it's long enough to fit around your head and join the ends to make an ear-warming band? Use up all the yarn and join the ends to make a beautiful smoke-ring scarf? Frog the square that joins it in a circle, re-knit it flat, and keep going for an awesome designer-quality scarf? (I can tell you how to knit half squares if you want straight edges.)

Or, I suppose, you could just give up and give it to me . . . (runs)

Rhonda the Stitchingnut said...

That's right ... can't felt superwash. Well does it fit your arm? Make 'em into a cuff for an arm warmer of top cuff for gloves. Or Elbow warmers? ;-)

Sockapalooza4pal said...

Love the yarn but I would never have started a pair of socks that is likely to produce so many ends to weave in! Can you switch to a solid yarn and use the part you've knitted as the fold down cuff on a sock or gloves?

Still knitting your socks and lurking on your blog...Secret Sock Pal