The eyelet section just rolls under the stockinette on both sides. They are quite cute once on, I just cant wear them and get a decent picture at the same time. I'm just very happy that they're finished and nestled together in my "needs blocking" pile. I still have nearly a whole skein of the Baby Llama left over to do something fun with too.
So I've melted the cube again. My last project was Giving Geeks. Heres the outline of the challenge: In many parts of the world, Father’s Day will be celebrated in June or was recently celebrated in May. It is in honor of fathers and all men everywhere that we are challenging you this month to do something to make a positive difference in the life of a man or group of men. We would like to encourage you to think about those men who could REALLY use some kindness. This includes, but is not limited to men in shelters, men dealing with a serious health problem, and men in nursing homes.We will not accept donations to a friend or family member just because you wanted to make something for one of them. You can craft something for a male friend or family member or do something for one of them IF he is seriously in need of some love from you. We also will not accept a submission made for a male pet or a child.
Giving Geeks challenges are focused on the donation, whether it be an object you have made, your time, or monetary or other resources. Your submission must include proof of your donation (in some form -- examples of acceptable proof are included in Post 3).
My Submission Post
Rope Stitch Dishcloth
The patterns mentioned for your knitting pleasure!