Saturday, June 21, 2014

RSC14 and On The Needles

It's been busy around our house these last couple of weeks, but I did squeeze in time to finish this month's yellow Rainbow Scrappy Challenge.

Here are all the month's that are completed so far.  You will notice that one month is missing. That would have been the Green May block.  Guess I'd better hurry to get it done before the end of June so I can say I'm all caught up on one of my projects, huh?

On the knitting front, I am still working on and off (mostly off) my  HT socks.  This second one of the pair is giving me fits.  Seems like I'm making more mistakes than I did on the first sock of this pattern. Not sure why, but you would think the second sock of a pair would be a piece of cake. Must be I'm not staying focused and my mind is wondering, thinking about things I SHOULD be doing instead of knitting!.   I will be so glad when it's done and I can start something new.


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13 comments:

  1. Hi Dar, Can you tell me the name of that block pattern? I've seen it before and love it but don't know what it is. Great sock! Looks like a tweed yarn? It's pretty!

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  2. Your RSC14 blocks are looking great!

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  3. It is always so much fun to see the collections starting to come together. What a fabulous quilt this will be at the end of the year.

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  4. Wow, they really pop don't they.

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  5. I had a hard time getting my green one done too - must have been a busy month for everyone. I just love these Soul Searching blocks! And it doesn't seem to matter how many socks I make, I still have problems with at least one of them! Yours are going to be really, really cute when they're done!

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  6. I love your Soul Searching blocks.

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  7. Great looking blocks.... maybe do the green block and then go back to knitting? =)

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  8. Oooo. I just love those rainbow blocks with the white-black print backgrounds. So fresh looking! Do you have something in mind to put together when it's done? For someplace in your house, perhaps?

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  9. Your blocks are so beautiful, Dar. Your are making good progress, even if the green isn't done!

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  10. Love your scrappy challenge blocks. It's going to be a gorgeous quilt when you get them all assembled.

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