14 Responses to “on needles: checking things off”

  1. Leslie says:

    Cute hats, I like a familiar pattern to knit while not thinking much

  2. Leslie says:

    Cute hat, I like knitting familiar projects that can be done with much thinking.

  3. karen says:

    Great hat!! I think you have many many knitting projects going on at the same time. I cannot wait to see the downton cowl….I bet it is stunning. hope the kinked neck gets better on your child.

  4. I always love your posts! I made my way to the bottom of my knitting basket this month, it helped that they were all knits for the new baby, and it feels wonderful. I was a-flutter the past two days with the endless possibilities of things I *could* cast on for. Hope everyone is feeling well!

  5. Shannon says:

    Can’t wait to see it on you!!!

  6. heathermama says:

    first: love the hat!
    second: i always find a diet change really inspires me to think outside my comfort box so to speak. when we went Paleo i was stumped but now, there is so so much to eat, so much more then i thought because i wasstuck in ne way of eating. 😉

  7. lori says:

    love the stripy hats rachel, and the pile of yarn cakes!

  8. Melissa says:

    The stripy hats are adorable. I made a Minion hat (Despicable Me) for my nephew and my 17 year old wants me to make one for him…funny boy. Can’t wait to see your cowl!

  9. Tracey says:

    You have been so busy and I do love seeing all your pretty yarns.
    Gluten Free Girl? Now I must read this!

  10. Kristen says:

    Love the stripes! The Downton knit along sounds quite fun, by the way!

  11. Apseed says:

    It’s so great when you have little people who help to choose the colors. Because the main problem for me, when I’m knitting for someone, is what color to chose. And I can’t wait to see your Downton Cowl!

  12. Svenna says:

    I made a newborn size Baby Vertebrae for Batu and he’s been wearing it loads. It has a nice length too! You won’t regret finishing that one 🙂

  13. Heather says:

    I love knitting for enthusiastic recipients. I have very happy and cozy kiddos after a mitten making spree. Just one more pair. Eager to see your new cowl! Sorry about that neck – Yikes! We have been busy listening to Story of the World.

  14. […] as for the cardigan I mentioned last week…well, I might give that another few days. I need lots of grace when picking up […]

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