Archive for the ‘Hemlock Ring Blankie’ Category

 

knittedyarns 10 New Year’s Knitting Resolutions for 2010

January 1st is a time to be resolute with your knitting life. This year, I am reining in my knitting ambitions. Here are my 10 new year’s resolutions…

knittedyarns 5 Suggestions for the Hemlock Ring Blanket-Finished Object!

5 suggestions to help with knitting the Hemlock Ring Blanket.

knittedyarns Purl By the Sea Knitted Celebrations & Knitting Needle Challenges

  My husband and I trekked out to Montauk to take advantage of the glorious mid-summer weather and to visit Purl By the Sea.  I am working hard on my Hemlock Ring Blankie since it’s a gift for friends and I need to be finished before next weekend. One of my problems is that it’s […]

knittedyarns Hemlock Ring Blankie Ruffles – Opps!

My Hemlock Ring Blanket is making s-l-o-w progress. This is attributable to the fact that as the blanket grows so do the number of stitches. Further, since the Hemlock Ring Blanket has gotten too large to be contained on my longest 10.5 needle, I have switched to Denises where I can keep adding to the […]

knittedyarns Montauk Bound With Knitting

We love the beach in Montauk which can be relatively empty (at least by New Yorkers’ standards) on holiday weekends. It’s a wonderful expanse of beach with rolling waves that make for peaceful rejuvenation. Of course, it’s not every Manhattanite’s idea of a “local” beach but my husband and I make it an adventure and […]

knittedyarns Sunset on a Knitting-filled Fire Island Vacation

The end of vacations is always bitter sweet, especially summer ones on Fair Harbor’s car-free beach. While the weather wasn’t sunny and bright every day, it allowed us space to re-charge our batteries and get away from the everyday routine. One great advantage of vacation knitting is that you have a tangible reminder of your […]

knittedyarns Beach Knitting-Hemlock Ring Blankie Progresses

Beach knitting is one of my favorite forms of knitting in public (KIP). Unlike subway knitting where I’m filling time that would otherwise be unproductive, I enjoy being on the beach where the constant sound of the ocean kissing the shore is reassuring and peaceful.  With knitting in hand, I combine two of my favorite […]