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Wednesday, February 03, 2010

Thrifty Threads

I am joining in on Leigh's Thrifty Thursday at Bloggeritaville .

You can't get much more thrifty than a ball of yarn (or two, or three). This has been my latest project~ a warm vest. It knits up quickly. I find as long as my hands are busy knitting, they aren't eating.
That is pretty thrifty.
Sandi

9 comments:

Leigh of Bloggeritaville said...

...Pretty thrifty and dang cute! AS are you, sweet thang! LOVE that vest!!! Wish I could knit. Than maybe I wouldnt eat.....

I am sooo happy to have you!
Thanks for linking up to Thrifty Thursday this week!

Leigh
Tales from Bloggeritaville
www.lbratina.blogspot.com

Auntie Cake said...

Hey Sandi,
L-o-v-e your new vest. Oh how I wish I could knit, or crochet. (I drool every time I go to my local store that has a sweet little knitting corner.) I love how your vest comes to points on each side, adds a ton of style to it. If only I could whip up something like that... Maybe someday!

And how is Trouble??? He looks very sweet!
Kate

Dar said...

Cool vest, or should I have said Warm? I'm thrifty too cause not only can I knit, but I can eat and drink all at the same time...hmmm I better watch it.
I love the colors of your cute vest
God Bless

nanny said...

Your vest is awesome!!!! Very pretty!

Cora said...

Beautiful and thrifty! My daughter loves to knit...I dare to start another project much less take up knitting! :o)
But I have lots of yarn balls...hummmmm?

Sandi @the WhistleStop Cafe said...

Leigh~ your Thrifty Thursdays have become the 'don't miss event'!
Kate~ did you see the photos of Buddy 'helping' in the kitchen?
Dar~ I'll have to keep an eye out for your projects.
Cora~ so you love balls of yarn too? Just like Buddy.

Glenda/MidSouth said...

Very Pretty! You did good! I never learned to knit or crochet.

Noni at The Brick Street Bungalow said...

Sandi, Nanny sent me over to see your vest. CUTE! I have over the last year (afer learning I was being blessed with my firs grandchild) enjoyed knitting so much! Where did you find the pattern for your vest? Or are you one of the ones who can just create as you go? Look forward to visiting again. Tanna

artgirlATL said...

Oh it's beautiful! Great Job.

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