Twiggy Tweed - 70% done
Cropped Jacket - 35% done (heading for the frog pile)
Bayerische Sock - 75% done
Purple Halter - 95% done
**Clockwise from top: 1. Trying it on (photo courtesy Rambling Roses) 2. Blocking 3. Blocking 4. Sewing the back casing to hold a strip of elastic [more pics here]
I thought the front was perhaps a repeat or two short.
But the incredible group of knitters that I've luckily met in Dubai voted that it was a-ok : Thank you girls!
Yes. There are other people who knit in the UAE.
Thanks to Ravelry, I tracked them down and they're a delightful group of fun gals from all over the world, who like nothing more than to get their knit on!
We've got a Sock KAL in the works with Lorna's Laces One Hank Socks.
Some of the gorgeous knits at the KO:
Jhocy, Jackie, Jennifer, Caroline, Preeti, Hala, Debbie, Gilly it was a pleasure meeting y'all and I can't wait for the next meet up!
Okay I did get distracted from the big WIP mission:
These are FOs, so they don't count right? So yeah other than that, go ME! =D
We've had such lovely weather lately, kinda shocking since its already April and normally we'd be peeling off layers instead of piling them back on.
A steady downpour, whooshes of hail - that scared my cat out of its wits - and strong winds have been dithering over Dubai.
I managed to capture these while staring, mouth agape, at the torrents of rain beating down on the streets.
I love rain (go figure) and I miss it dreadfully since coming back home so I hope it lasts.
Have a fantastic week everyone. How many WIPs have y'all got ruminating at the back of your cupboards eh?
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