Saturday, August 05, 2006

The Dilemna

One little skein of Lorna's Laces sits here looking for a project.


It is saying - "Please turn me into some pretty little item. I was originally going to be baby booties, but I never got there."

My dilemna is what can I knit??

Ideas, suggestions?

8 comments:

Mienna said...

Do you wear sunglsses or eyeglasses of any sort? I think those colors would make a great case for a pair of glasses. I can't think of any pattern off the top of my head, of course, but I'm sure there're some out there.

sillyewe said...

It was the cussing that gave it away, wasn't it? hehehehe How are you? It is so nice to hear from you. I know it sounds corny and untrue, but I was thinking about you today. And the Lorn'as. Oooooh, what color. Man, JM. I HATE IT! : (

Teyani said...

Or you know, Alison over at Simply Sock Yarn sells lots of this stuff.. maybe just buy one more skein and make those wonderful socks???
I know, I know, fiber enabling.

trek said...

How about a nice little change purse? CrazyAboutSox did some.

Knittinreed said...

Thanks for the great ideas - I just don't know yet ....
Fiber enabling is a good thing. After all, sock yarn does not count in one's stash :-)

Sharon said...

What lovely colours in the yarn, sorry I haven't got any suggestions for you other than searching for free patterns on google can sometimes turn up something interesting.

The Purloined Letter said...

I'm sitting down soon with some sock leftovers to knit little rugs and perhaps blankets for my child's dollhouse. That might work for you, too, if you have the right recipient.

Of course, a whole skein might be enough for a little zippered notions bag or something, too.

Beautiful yarn!

Fru Dart said...

Hi! First of all, thank you for you're nice comments on my site :-)

If you need ideas for knitting projects, you might find something here: http://www.knittingpatterncentral.com/directory.php

Let me know if you find something of interest there. Looking forward to see what turns out of that lovely yarn ;-)