I started this Garterlac dishcloth last night, after seeing Abigail's creations with it over the last little while. Wow! This is really fun! It's going really quickly, and it keeps you interested.
The creator of this pattern is Dave from Criminy Jickets, and the pattern can be found here. If you like to make dishcloths even a little bit, try this one.
I'm using Lily Sugar 'n Cream cotton in Patio Pinks, and a 4.5mm needle. I'm thinking we might be watching a movie tonight, so I'll probably be able to finish it tonight.
I really like these dishcloths with cool and unique textures, so if anyone knows of others, please let me know.
Socks socks socks!
Okay, only one sock really.
This is my "nothing else to do" sock. I keep it in my sock bag that my awesome sock kit swap pal made for me (she's also one half of the Craft Borg podcast so go check that out!). That little bag lives in my gigantic purse, and whenever I have a free minute when I'm out, I work on it. That's why it's so simple. I cast on 54 stitches on 2.75mm needles and did 1x1 ribbing until I didn't feel like ribbing anymore, and it's been stockinette ever since. I turned the heel yesterday morning on the bus on the way to work.
I think I'm going to start some lace socks soon.
Hey! I just remembered that it's Friday, and a new episode of the Cast On podcast with Brenda Dayne should be up. I have to check that. Knowing that podcast will be up when I get home makes me more excited than I'd like to admit. Brenda Dayne has renewed my love of Fridays.
I'm hoping to knit a bit more of the Lotus Blossom Tank this weekend. I was far to mentally exhausted this week to remember where I was in a repeat, so it's still waiting for me.
Have an awesome Friday night!!