Tuesday, July 26, 2011

An update

I am ready to paint! I painted KILZ on the window and ceiling spots and I am ready to paint the ceiling.

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Since I haven't set up my sewing area and I have been trying to relax a little when I haven't been working on the room, I decided to pick up my socks that were abandoned and I have made great progress on them. The heel flap and heel turns are done. I think that I am liking the knitting two at a time!

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Tonight, I am going to pick up the stitches along the side and maybe start knitting the gussets. Or maybe I will just pick up the side stitches and then read a little. lol

10 comments:

scraphappy said...

Wow, is that the same wall? It looks amazing. When it is painted it will blend right in. Great work.

Regina said...

it looks AWESOME - love the socks, too!

thea said...

Agreed. The wall looks terrific.

Marj said...

The wall looks great, you are close now.
I have a pair of socks started, using the two at a time method. But I am stuck at the heal, I need to find some quality time to figure it out or go to the yarn store for lessons.

Ted and Donna said...

Did you have to spackle the windows at all? KILZ is a great product for hiding water damage. The wall looks amazing. We are now in Cincinnati at our usual spot. We have a wedding this weekend. Will be in touch.

Amy (lilme2_99) said...

GREAT job on the window/wall!!! Looks amazing!

I'm always amazed at how easy y'all make knitting seem. I am a knitting-illiterate, so WAY TO GO :0)

"Lois Grebowski" said...

Wow, that was a great fix. Like it never happened. Gotta love Kilz Primer. It's the boom-diggity.

A new room is within sight!!!!

Deanna said...

It may not have been fun, but the results are worth it. Sort of like picking out sometimes. Have fun knitting!

PunkiePie (Jen) said...

Nice socks and enjoy the painting!

Kristie said...

Good luck getting it all finished and put back together. If I lived closer, I would help you. :)

Enjoy knitting your socks, they look great.
Kristie