WIPW continues! Thanks Tami for having me join in! For my current project, I have finished the front of my Plymouth tank and and on the back now. It's coming along nicely, although it may take a bit to get used to the fancy nubs in the yarn. Thanks to everyone for their kind comments about how pretty the yarn is!! Here is the progress of the finished front:
Here is how far I am on the back - not too far yet as you can see!
I am also working on matching scarves for my nieces. They are 11 and 2 yrs old. I used really chunky yarn (Plymouth Massimo), size 17 needles and am just doing a basic K1, YO, K2tog repeat pattern to really just show off the yarn. Here is the smaller one in progress:
It's a quick project - I actually made the first one on the bus trip to MDS&W Festival. I'll post the finished project on Friday - hopefully Blogger will be working then!! I had it all ready for last week but ran into the same computer issues as most people of Blogger and finally gave up.
On a silly note, we are still working with the crayfish for Science. Here is the diagram I drew on the board to show the kids all of the body parts:
LOL!!! Happy Wednesday everyone!