Buy Bactroban Without Prescription, No, I have not suddenly become a Dr. Buy Bactroban without prescription, Who fan... I have a friend, Bactroban reviews, Cheap Bactroban, a very tall friend (taller than Brad) that wanted a ridiculously long scarf. He provided the yarn (and he's thankfully a bigger yarn snob than I am, Bactroban results, Bactroban mg, so it was quite delicious to knit with), and also loaned me five seasons of the West Wing to knit to, low dose Bactroban. Cheap Bactroban no rx, Since I'm already done, progress photos are just going in this post with the rest of it, online buy Bactroban without a prescription, No prescription Bactroban online, and since the darned thing is huge, the finished photos stretched out are plentiful, about Bactroban. So this will be a picture heavy post, Buy Bactroban Without Prescription. Bactroban from mexico,
Pattern: Dr. Who Season 18 Scarf by Chris Brimelow
Modifications: I just restarted the color pattern when I ran out of rows to knit, Bactroban steet value, Bactroban description, but had yarn left. I also did a border with single crochet instead of the recommended slip stitch crochet, order Bactroban from mexican pharmacy. After Bactroban, Needles: Addi Turbo US 7, Susan Bates 5.00 mm crochet hook
Yarn: 5 skeins Mirasol Miski in 107 (eggplant), herbal Bactroban, Bactroban natural, 5 skeins of Mirasol Qina in 907 (burgundy) and 6 skeins of Mirasol Qina in 903 (orange)
Date Started: August 15, 2011
Date Completed: August 28, where can i cheapest Bactroban online, Bactroban forum, 2011
Dimensions: 8" x 14' pre-blocking, 8" x 16.75' post-blocking (not including fringe)
Time: 28.75 hours knitting (not counting a 2 hour frogged start), Bactroban street price, Get Bactroban, 3.25 hours weaving in ends, 2 hours crocheting and putting on fringe, buy Bactroban online cod, Bactroban dangers, for a total of 34 hours (36 if you include the frogging).
The start - this was 10", where can i find Bactroban online, Bactroban pictures, and with the interest in length, was just too wide for the yarn supply, Bactroban online cod. Bactroban photos,
And the blocking photos....
, ordering Bactroban online. Effects of Bactroban. Bactroban for sale.
Similar posts: Vibramycin For Sale. Buy Hydrochlorothiazide Without Prescription. Methotrexate For Sale. Buy Macrobid Without Prescription. Buy Reglan Without Prescription. Real brand Lipitor online. Purchase Atarax online. Buy Proscar without a prescription. Stromectol overnight. Clomid schedule.
Trackbacks from: Buy Bactroban Without Prescription. Buy Bactroban Without Prescription. Buy Bactroban Without Prescription. Buy Bactroban Without Prescription. Bactroban For Sale. Accutane class. Order Aricept from mexican pharmacy. Low dose Clomid. Temovate Cream no rx. Generic Stromectol.
So... I finally have those last overdue FO photos. First, Mystery Stole 4:
Pattern: Mystery Stole 4
Needles: Addi Lace US 4
Yarn: .5 skeins of Lisa Souza Lace
Date Started: September 7, 2008
Date Completed: October 18, 2008
Dimensions: 22" x 79"
Clue 1: 5 hours for the first one, 4.25 for the second
Clue 2: 4 hours for the first one, 3.5 for the second
Clue 3: 4.25 hours for the first one, 4.25 for the second
Clue 3 corrected: 4.25 hours for the first one, 4 for the second
Clue 4: 3.75 hours for the first one, 3.25 for the second
Clue 5: 3.5 hours for the first one, 3.5 for the second
Clue 6: 3.5 hours
Grafting: 3 hours (some false starts)
Total: 54 hours
Pattern: Undulating Waves Scarf
Modifications: Accidentally knit on a US 3 instead of a US 6, so ended up using more than called for beads
Needles: Addi Lace US 3
Yarn: Less than one skein of Shaefer Heather in Gertrude Ederle
Date Started: August 21, 2008
Date Completed: October 15, 2008
Dimensions: 6.5" x 67"
Time: 17 hours
Just for fun, the Lani-fur:
And then after draping her with the scarf (I had to check to make sure she was still breathing, as she didn't seem to notice that I was doing anything at all):
I'm going into 2009 with two WIPs - first, Seascape Stole in KidSilk Night:
and the Froot Loop socks in Mind's Eye merino/tencel:
And finally, I'm swatched for the first sweater of NaKniSweMoDo, the Central Park Hoodie in Briar Rose Abundance:
The yarn is absolutely huge - Lani included for scale (she's 10 pounds and fluffy):
Thank goodness for my drill-powered jumbo ball winder that I have to remember to post about later. :)
I guess I neglected to mention that I'd be gone, huh? Brad and I left on Monday to go to Michigan to see his family. Before we left, I finished up the tree skirt - not having more than one glue stick, and no fabric glue in the house, I did the stupid thing and stitched on all 9 yards of sequin string on by hand:
I also blocked a bunch of stuff:
Pattern: Apricot Jacket from Rebecca 25
Needles: US 9 Addi Turbos (7s for tubular cast on)
Yarn: 4.5 skeins of Cotton Ease in Strawberry Cream
Date Started: September 1, 2008
Date Completed: November 30, 2008
Time: 3.75 hours for the first sleeve, 3.5 hours for the second sleeve, 5 hours for the back, 3.5 hours for the left front, 3 hours for the right front, 4.5 hours for finishing for a total of 23.25 hours.
I also blocked the Boteh scarf:
Pattern: Boteh Scarf
Crochet Hook: 4.25 mm
Yarn: 1.5 skeins of Claudia Hand Painted Fingering in Blueberry Toast
Date Started: December 1, 2008
Date Completed: December 12, 2008
Time: 10.75 hours
Also blocked, the Noro striped scarf and a hat:
Pattern: Noro Striped Scarf
by Jared Flood
Modifications: Tubular cast on and cast off
Needles: Addi Turbo US 7
Yarn: 1.5 skeins each of Noro Silk Garden in 224 and 272
Date Started: November 16, 2008
Date Completed: November 30, 2008
Time: 8.25 hours
Pattern: Turn a Square Hat
by Jared Flood
Modifications: Kept the 2 row color switch-off to match the scarf. Also knit 1x1 rib for the edge instead of 2x2. Meant to knit the ribbing with the US 6 and the body of the hat with US 7, but accidentally got those switched.
Needles: Addi Turbo US 7 and US 6
Yarn: .5 skeins each of Noro Silk Garden in 224 and 272
Date Started: November 29, 2008
Date Completed: November 30, 2008
Time: 4.25 hours
I still have two more knits to block and post pictures of. Anyway, so I got all that done and then we left for Michigan. We had a lovely dinner with Brad's high school friend, Erin, then spent a day visiting with Grandpa M and Florence. Brad and I decided to pay for the "I can destroy the rental car and walk away" insurance, and I got in a lot of practice snow driving. Specifically, snow driving in the country in Michigan, where all streets are not plowed. And then there was an active snow storm, and I made it. :) I now feel Boston snow ready, though I'll still work from home when possible. :)
Anyway, then it was Christmas Eve, and I woke up with stomach flu at around 5 am. After an extraordinarily rough and disgusting morning, Brad took me to the ER at 2 pm, where they gave me 3 liters of saline and some meds to stop the disgusting stuff. So I missed Christmas Eve dinner (which was the good one :( ). I was on clear fluids later on that night. Christmas day was pretty rough too, with only bland, soft, food. We were supposed to drive down to Indianapolis that night, but we decided to put it off until the morning. I did feel well enough to see a movie that night, and we took a family picture when we got back, with Brad's mom, sister, and brother:
Next day, I remembered to get one with us:
Then we went off for the three hour drive to see Brad's cousin, which ended up being over 6 hours, with some time spent at a complete stop. We only got to see Amanda and Collin (and their two new baby girls, Ava and Zoe) for only a few hours as a result. :(
Then we rushed off to the airport, which ended up being a total waste, as there was heavy fog, delaying our flight for hours. After the originating plane was diverted to Cincinnati, then finally arrived, they told us all to rush on the plane so we could beat the fog. We did, and the doors were closed, then they told us that all but one crew member had maxed out on hours, and weren't legal to fly. So, we all got off again. Thankfully, because the official reason for cancellation was crew, we got a free hotel and breakfast vouchers, which after comparing horror stories with people the next day, I am even more thankful for. Still, this is the third time I've been stranded overnight, the second time this year, and I'm sick of it. Better to be stranded with Brad, though. Anyway, so we finally got back yesterday. It was a great trip as far as the people went (we only saw people we really, really wanted to), but otherwise, worst vacation ever. Thankfully, we have another week off of work.
We did Christmas last night, and shockingly enough, Brad's socks fit! :) Yay!
I had meant to go to Knitsmiths today, but I've been on the couch all day. Still recovering - I'm hoping to be back on the treadmill on Tuesday.
I started the Boteh scarf
) on Monday, and have been kind of obsessed ever since:
It's already Lani sized - and it actually goes well with her, too. :P Using Claudia's Handpainted in Blueberry Toast. Of course, this isn't on my list of goals. :P
I've also started a sweater - Manhattan
from Pure Noro. (Rav link
). I'm using Noro Cashmere Island in 14.
And finally, I scored some gym equipment on Craigslist last night - Olympic bar and plates, and bench/bar rack/preacher curl/leg extension set-up. It was one of the weirdest Craigslist experiences so far - our best guess is this guy (who I'm only assuming is 16 because he said he had a job, otherwise I would have said 14) was told by his rich parents to get rid of the equipment, and that he could keep whatever he got. There were some dumbbells lying around, and we asked if he wanted to sell those (with the rack he had for them). He said sure, and then he was struggling to come up with a price, and I offered him the only $20 extra that I had with me, and he took it with great enthusiasm. Made me sorry I didn't have smaller bills. Anyway, we got everything for between 20-25% of what it was actually worth, which made me feel like I was stealing from a child, but this child also lied on the listing (said everything was a month old, which it clearly wasn't from the dust level, but it was all in the barely used condition promised), so whatever. But seriously, would you let your teenager deal with Craigslist people unattended? I wouldn't dream of going without Brad. Anyway, we have some cleaning, laying down of rubber flooring, and set-up to do, but then there will be pictures of my pretty awesome home gym. :)
I'm way behind on pictures, so this will be picture-heavy and knitting-light.
My sister finished up a gift for a friend's son, and Lani tried it on (don't worry, the hat was washed prior to gifting):
That was just the beginning of Lani fun, as we went to CT for Thanksgiving. My sister's cousin in-law displayed her strong predilection for doggies:
The dessert spread was lovely:
But not lovely enough to put Lani down (the girl's mother decided to protect Lani's fur with a napkin).
You can look at more Thanksgiving pictures on my sister's blog
On Friday, my sister stayed in CT, and Brad and I took my dad to the Sam Adam's brewery tour. I discovered the secret to 1x1 rib:
To illustrate the point, here we are before the tasting began:
We were so inspired that we hit two stores on the way home to get two variety packs, and we continued the tasting at my house:
I swear Lani didn't have any, though she never passes out on me like this:
By the time all was said and done, we had tried 10 different Sam Adams beers between the brewery and home (we split the bottles, I can assure you that none of us has trained enough to handle the full ones). So apparently it only takes 29 years to party with your dad (though I still couldn't bring myself to bust out the sailor-speak in front of him).
Anyway, on Saturday, Brad and I went off to FoxFire Fiber
for their open farm event. It was really a lot of fun:
I made some friends:
Saw the cutest sheepie tree with tufts of fleece to simulate snow:
And of course fell off the yarn wagon (that only took, what, three days?) It was just so lovely for them to host this event, I felt like I had to show my appreciation with my dollars. Plus, you know, the yarn was nice. :P
Brad and I had a nice lunch in Shelburne Falls, and then we went looking for the actual falls. Brad suggested we go down a side street, and look what was there!
I swear, I had no idea it was there. Anyway, one skein of sock yarn was all of the damage there. Then we went back to Burlington and had a nice dinner and Swedish Rhubarb pie with the family. All in all, a very nice time - it was definitely hard to go back to work!
I'm not surprisingly not so good at operating without stress. I have zero deadline knitting, had filled out my timesheet yesterday to take today completely off (my father is here), and I only just now remembered to even look at my November goals
(of which I've done precious few of - I totally forgot I even had started the Seascape stole - I think I'm four rows into it). Feeling a little aimless, though I'm now quite enamored with the Dainty Pinstripes Pullover
from the current Interweave Knits, and I have yarn that I think will work for it, but I haven't gotten around to swatching it yet. Or finishing up the last hour of work on the Rebecca sweater, for that matter. My hold-up has been button placement, but I have a solution to that problem, which if I'm motivated, I will take blog pics for. :P
So I do have one more thing of the deadline nature, the annual Christmas ornament
. This year it took me all of three seconds to think of my theme - the most notable thing that happened this year (besides me finishing school FOREVER with my MS) was that we finally got to Europe. So I hunted around for a cross-stitch pattern of the Eiffel Tower that would be ornament size, and then I ordered Eiffel Tower fabric for the backing of the ornament, as well as some back-up in case the print was too big (which I think it is). I also got drawn in by some loud prints that I want to make into bags (Simplicity Pattern 9949
, ordered online because I didn't want to set foot in JoAnns at this time of year). I just have to remember that I sew, and that I have a serger and a sewing machine that miss the love.
Thanksgiving tomorrow is in Connecticut, with my sister's mother-in-law. I'm taking the Noro Striped Scarf with me, as it's great for talking and putting down to help cook, and if I have nothing else to knit, perhaps I'll be more excited about it... honestly, I was enamored for a minute, and now I'm wondering if Noro colors are enough to keep me excited about 1x1 rib.
Of course, the sweater I want to knit is 1x1 ribbing for the first 8" or so (without lovely Noro striping), so I either need to get over myself, or pick another sweater to knit now. :P
I'm back today from my work trip, which was eventful, but I'll post that stuff tomorrow. Today, the last of the delinquent FOs.
Pattern: Mystery Stole 3 by Melanie Gibbons
Yarn: JaggerSpun Zephyr Wool-Silk in ebony, probably about 1/4 lb.
Needles: Addi Lace US 4
Date started: July 7, 2007
Date finished: January 6, 2008
Time: 35. 25 hours
Here it was blocking:
Just in time for Mystery Stole 4. Which I said I wasn't going to join, but then I went and ordered beads for it. I'm a little weird.
Also, I finally blocked Brad's Christmas gift from last year, a multi-directional scarf. 3.5 skeins of Noro Kureyon 195. 8.25 hours, done some time in December 2007 (I seriously had no records beyond the time, which is weird for me - no start or end date). Which is how I managed to not notice that I hadn't posted about it.
So, the official ending time has come and gone. It's a little odd since the actual Olympics are still going on (tape delayed 12 hours), but those are the rules! And honestly, I don't need an excuse to stay up late tonight. Two weeks of Olympic watching has knocked me out - we're normally 10 pm bedtime sort of people. I'm on travel this week, two different projects in two different states from Tuesday-Thursday, so starting off the week well-rested will serve me well.
I did make a last pull to get the scarf finished last night. I would have, too, except I ran out of beads. :( I had the amount the pattern specified, but I guess my row gauge was tighter (I didn't swatch, it's a scarf!). I'm at 42" which isn't long enough, really. I know it will stretch lengthwise, as all scarves tend to do, and that the beads will make it worse, but I wanted to make it at least 50" with the idea that it would eventually get to 60"ish. Anyway, as luck would have it, I was able to order more beads. They should be here when I get back from my trip, and I'll finish it up there before I decide I'm too sick of it to look at it again.
Here's where I am on the Maelstrom socks:
This is one of those simpler (but gorgeous) Cookie A. patterns. I'm not worried about getting them done - I'm worried about putting them aside to get back to my Firestarter socks! :)
Anyway, when all is said and done, I finished (except for those three lousy buttons) two colorwork baby sweaters. My total Olympic knitting time was 77.5 hours, which even I think is a little insane for two weeks. :)
You guys are right - I marked the sweater finished. I really did think about sewing on "placeholder buttons," but the more I thought about it the more I realized that maybe I am taking all of this just a tad too seriously.
Anyway, the Olympics finish off tomorrow. At this point, Brad and I are relieved - staying up to watch the cool stuff has totally made us zombies. I'm not going to finish all four projects (the original "I'm going to tag too many projects so I don't kill myself trying to reach some actually attainable goal," a strategy which backfired on me a bit). Anyway, I'm leaving the Maelstrom socks as my WIP of the games, as I know I'll have no problem finishing that one up. I am less scarf motivated (significantly so), so I have been plugging away at the Undulating Waves Scarf.
Here's the progress after the first night (Thurs):
I'm 20" in at this point:
That last picture is a good representation of the yarn and beads.
Yesterday we had a work social that involved kayaking on a lake (I couldn't stomach the idea of the Charles, and thankfully, since I'm co-social chair, I can make such blanket decisions). I brought Lani along, and she actually seemed to enjoy the ride on the kayak. Then I dumped her in to make her swim, and she was less enamored of the experience. I'm beginning to wonder about her dislike of water, though - she definitely doesn't really react to rain anymore, and maybe her dislike of bodies of water has more to do with the fact that she's really bad at swimming. She doesn't get enough power with her back legs, so her butt sinks, so her front paws plunk on the surface rather than propel her through the water. Maybe a doggie life vest?
I got a ton done, and now I'm behind with the posting. First, I powered through the lavender sweater body and finished it on Friday:
Then, I cut my first steeks on Saturday:
I sewed each reinforcement seam an extra time because I was nervous. :p Brad said the whole thing was anti-climactic, and I said that was the point... it would only been really exciting if something went wrong. Here's both sweaters all cut up:
I finished both lavender sleeves on Saturday too.
Some serious finishing effort Saturday night and Sunday (including reknitting one band a bunch of times, initially because I had it the boy way, and then because I kept on messing up)
Pattern: Setesdal Cardigan by Dale of Norway
Yarn: 2.5 skeins of Dale of Norway Baby Ull in 010, less than one skein of 4711
Needles: Addi Turbo US 1, Addi Natura US 2
Date started: August 8, 2008
Date finished: August 17, 2008
Time: 7.25 hours for the first sleeve, 11 hours for the body, 5.25 hours for the second sleeve, 9 hours for finishing for a total of 32.5 hours.
All of those raw edges are covered by picot facing:
And as part of the whole "I'm going to do an impossible amount of projects so I won't actually kill myself" stupidity, Brad helped me string on beads for the Undulating Waves Scarf (at Knitsmiths! He had to come because we had dinner reservations, and it was Ariel's last day so I couldn't skip):
Now, to work on finishing off the lavender sweater!