Monday, April 25, 2005

It's time for the challenge

Over the weekend, I finished the back and front of Pink Beryl. It was so relaxing, there was no really need to follow the diagram. I had to raise a bit the front neckline, as in the model is kind too low for me. In that case the crochet border will need adjustment too. It's not a very complicated border but I will need help as I don't know too much about crochet. Too bad Sis is not around and don't want to wait until July. I will go to Sogo dept. store for a short course sometime this week.

Today is the release date for the new Keitodama, Summer edition. If you are like me, and can't wait to see what's in the new edition. Then, just go and take a look at few samples of the magazine. My hubby will travel to Tokyo tomorrow, so I have all the hopes he can find a nice person willing to purchased it for me ( hubby will be in meetings all day long through out the trip and by the time he is free stores are closed) and by Friday evening I will be flipping thru it with a big smile. :)


sally said...

Pink Beryl looks great! You must be a real fast knitter!

Doreen said...

I really like this Pink Beryl. I agree with Sally, you are really a fast knitter.

Thks for visiting my blog too.

Cara said...

Thanks for visiting my blog.

It's such a great pleasure looking at your projects and i agree with all others that you are a very fast knitter.

I'll follow your blog for future updates.


opportunityknits said...

Hi Mimi, glad I found you through the Asian Knit Ring - your blogger profile did not include this blog - only your spring gallery. Your pink beryl looks lovely. And I like that pattern that you are making with the Shelly cotton. I want to make it too, but so many knits all lined up, what to knit first! Thank also for linking to the new Keito dama.

Erica said...

That is looking gorgeous! The color suits the pattern perfect. I can't wait to see it finished.

Peggy said...

Thanks for visiting my blog. Wow! Just browsed through your FOs and they are very pretty. I love the cables, patterns and bobbles. This one is very pretty too!

Laura.Y said...

Hiya, thanks for visiting :) Everyone here is right. You are such a fast knitter. I wish I could too..:) So you've been to Yuzawaya too! Some good friends told me about it but they are guys so I don't trust them to buy the yarns for me. They have no idea what to do there too. LOL. About yarns, funny that the grass is always greener the other side. Cause I keep thinking that Sg has a better yarn spread than My. Will have to check that one out when I go Sg.