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Wednesday, May 05, 2010

Thank you!!

Thank you for all the suggestion and remedies, I have them all copied and as soon as I get another trigger will try them out. I'm on Macrobid and it's working, will have a Cystoscopy on Tues 5/11 and that should determine what it going on in there.


In other news I finished warping my inkle for a baja bag, I like the colors although I'm rethinking the hot pink, doesn't seem hot enough for the other colors but it's weaving up nicely and I'll finish it up and see how I feel about it then. If anything the strip can always become book marks or a strap for something else.



I also finished the cropped cardi and wore it on Saturday, I need to knit another, but this time I'm going to go down a size, I can't believe it I need to knit a medium, when a large is usually my size, but then again you can never be too sure with knitting patterns.

7 comments:

Dave Daniels said...

HOW do you keep your inkle selvedges so even? I just did my first inkle weaving this past weekend, and the edges are all over the place. Do you have your warp under a lot of tension?

Nancy Jacobs Basketmaster said...

I think the colors are beautiful. Hope you get some test results that can guide the Dr. in the right direction. Glad you're feeling a bit better.
Hugs,
Nancy

Delighted Hands said...

The weaving looks wonderful-great job. Glad you are feeling a bit better........

Leigh said...

I love the cropped cardi. And the inkle band. I'm glad you're doing okay and pray for complete healing soon.

Acorn to Oak said...

I'm glad your meds are working. Your inkle weaving looks great. It sure looks fun to do that!

Peg in South Carolina said...

Your inkle loom project is giving me itchy fingers. Don't have an inkle loom. Perhaps I should do something about that.....

Donna S. said...

What fiber did you use for your inkle loom straps? Looking back at some of your projects.