well ravelympics is over and I miss it already. Last time the ravelympics happened I only made one item. I did quite a bit more this year. here are all my projects for ravelympics

my easy breezy hat made from my hand spun yarn
this hat is going to charity.

my lets go shopping market bag I hand dyed the cotton myself. I love this bag


my licorice twist that I hand dyed using wiltons

my hand spun this roving is from Counting Sheep Farm the colorway id parrotfish. It is 100% merino roving 3 ply 171 yards

This is from Boho Knitter Chic Burlesque Spin a Long
my hand spun yarn is 139 yards and is awesome. I plied it with Cherry Tree Hill Sock yarn. It looks so amazing.

this is me with my batt from Boho Knitter Chic before it was spun up. It is huge

so that is everything from this year. I had such fun doing more this year. I had an awesome fun time being part of Team Twilight on Ravelry.

I am currently working on finishing up mt flower power elephant and the anatomically correct knit heart from knitty. I have just one two feet to go on the elephant and finishing up the valves on the heart.

here are some current vincent pics

He likes to hold his toys in front of his face. Than I take pictures of them. He than likes to see the picture. It is so cute.

Vincent wearing the Alpaca Hat I won from Alpaca Farm Girl blog. My package was late getting to me because of all the bad weather. I also received a pair of alpaca socks as well, they are so wonderfully warm. My toes are always cold wearing normal cotton socks. not so with these. I love them. Thank you

This picture of Vincent would have been so perfect if not for the finger. But it is representative of childhood. I love it.
You can see his beautiful blue eyes. I love the expression on his face.

Well that is it for now. I am going to be posting consistently from now on.
hope everyone is having a good day.


  1. The Knifty Knitter // March 3, 2010 at 6:27 PM  

    I miss the Ravelympics too! Great projects though.

  2. vickie // March 4, 2010 at 4:26 PM  

    thank you

  3. knittercritter // March 21, 2010 at 2:18 PM  

    I get the impression that you might like blues! And you are right, the finger is very representative of childhood.