I'm at the point where I don't even care what I make anymore or how it tastes. Right now it's all about how many zucchinis the recipe uses up, how many tomatoes the recipe can make disappear and can this stuff be moved out of the kitchen before the fruit flies discover it. :) I've gone over 100 jars so far. Hoping to find a recipe to use up more pickling cucumbers that requires it to sit in the fridge overnight before canning. I could use a break :)
Saturday, August 15, 2015
Getting ready for Christmas. Nasvhille Preds scarf (kid size) 21 stitches in brioche stitch. Yarn is Cascade 220 worsted. A little more narrow than the others and a bit shorter (could have probably gone shorter). As long as the number of stitches are divisible by 3, you can do the brioche stitch. You start the row with a YO, slip one purl wise and then knit two together. When you change colors, that first YO is a bugger for the first two rows. Just try to hold it in place as best you can until you can tighten it up and weave in the loose end. Love the brioche for a scarf because it's reversible.