Expatriot Act

The university of these days is a collection of books.

29 August 2006

What I did on my (tiny) Summer Vacation

Finished seaming the sweater over lunch. I hope I get to take some better pictures soon, after I block the sweater (I took these with my camera phone in my cube). I must say though, this knitting went really fast, the seaming is nearly invisible and it's the best fitting garment I've produced thus far. I might just be getting good at this knitting thing! Too bad I probably won't be able to knit much again until my NEXT term break!


Blogger Mark said...

That looks fantastic! I'll have to show it to one of our resident knitting enthusiasts, here at the library. (Finding knitting enthusiasts in a library is a lot like shooting fish in a barrel.)

3:20 PM  
Blogger Megan said...

Thanks! Knitters and librarianship go hand in hand, lots of the people in my knitting circle work in libraries of various stripes. I think it's because it's a creative endeavor that arises out of a mastery of a complex structure/set of rules...

3:32 PM  
Blogger Stefanie said...

....or because we're all nerds (in a good way). Case in point: I've wanted to learn how to knit FOR-EV-ERRRR, but it hasn't been tackled yet. I can sew a mean purse, though!

4:04 PM  
Blogger Laura said...

So professional looking. Love the hood. I, sadly, have to stick to scarves and blankets. Any sweater I tried to crochet would surely have three arms.

4:39 PM  
Blogger Burntdisk said...

It's cool. Looks kinda like one of those "Isle of Man" sweaters that North Sea fisherman wear

8:39 PM  

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