Monday, October 22, 2007

Short and to the point

I've finished the count-y parts of the Hemlock Ring Blanket and now I'm in a never ending feather and fan hell. Only 35 rows left before the BO.

The BSJ just needs a bit of sewing up.


For a bit of fun, we picked this up.

I made one of the best breads ever. It was gone before I got any pictures. Imagine Calamata olives, feta cheese, olive oil and fresh rosemary -- Greek inspired heaven.

Later,

Eric

11 comments:

Knit and fall back in it said...

That Hemlock Ring Blanket is a beauty. I can't wait to see it finished.

cpurl17 said...

A hemlock blanket, some amazing bread and Stephen Colbert? It doesn't get any better than that!

Eikon said...

MMMM.... Olive bread.

Hobbygåsa said...

That bread sounds delicious! And your knitting looks nice - I like the jacket!

Joe said...

I have to agree with cpurl17, your inventory of blog items doesn't get any better than that.

While I can't wait to see the blanket in its finished state, the bread sounded even better (you'll have to excuse me, I've been on Atkins for about a month)...I love Greek food...the flavors are so strong.

Camping Jason said...

Nice colors on the BSJ.

Charles said...

Hemlock Ring Blanket coming along GREAT!! LOOKING AWESOME!!!
And Baby jecket also lovely!!!

kaoticorchid said...

I am so envious of your Hemlock Ring Blanket. It's superb-I must knit one.

Also, Stephen Colbert is the jam. He's welcome on my tube any day.

KnitXcorE said...

can't wait to see that BSJ!!!!!!!!!!

Jason said...

Can't wait to see your Baby Surprise. The colors are great! I've thought of doing the Adult Surprise Jacket. (Hmmm... which book did I see that in?) But maybe I should do the small one first?

Mmmm... Confetti Bread looks delicious. Is it sweet even though it has green onion and bell pepper?

schmom8889 said...

It looks like your blog will be my new source for books. I've already had to get the bread book. Is the Colbert book any good? I am tempted . . .