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Love the colors in the hot water bottle cover and the wonderful Plymouth Trabajos del Peru yarn--almost prettier in the skein than in the hand warmers!


I am soooo jealous! We don't have a yarn store anywhere in the vicinity. My yarn purchases are either online (you can't smell or feel the yarn there!)or from Walmart, Michael's or a 1 1/2 hour drive to JoAnn's. Sigh... those colors are soooo lovely... can't wait to see your sweater. I'm a slow knitter so I hope to have the scarf that I'm already working on done by the end of the Olympics!


I love that hot water bottle cover!!! I've only just started knitting (first project a scarf and its taking me ages!!!). Would love to graduate to making one of these one day!!!


Wow, you've been busy! I love the little turtle neck on the hot water bottle cover. Your cowl and mittens look great. Good luck on your sweater, I know you can do it!


What beautiful yarns and projects! That yarn in the top photo looks luscious! Is that the Plucky Knitter Worsted? Best of luck on the Ravelrympics!


Wow, you've been busy with some great projects! I really want to make your Ravelypics sweater sometime - can't wait to see how yours turns out!


I echo the rest of the comments by saying "wow!", that's a lot of work! I love the cowl, that's definitely going on my queue...

Good luck on the Ravelympics!


look at all those goodies! i am in the process of busting the stash... no more yarn until i use up most of mine!


Love the knitting - love love love the textures. Thanks for adding the links too - this is really kind of you!!


Gorgeousness - all of it! And what a fun way to spend the Olympics...I have to spend the first three days in a tent :-) but I'll be taking my crocheting to see if I can get the hang of it while we are camping - then I can have something to do while watching the Olympics too!


Lovely knitty goodness! Love the colors in that Darkside Cowl.


I'm glad I'm not the only one who fell off the bandwagon and bought new yarn. I was so good in January and then, I went overboard the other day. Ooops. Your knitting is looking great -- I love the waterbottle.


Oh what lovely, lovely yarn - love the hot water bottle cover and your wristwarmers are almost as wonderful as mine, that Midge knitted for me. Yes, I'm biased, lol - I love them SO much. Enjoy your knitting - I'm going to be sewing during the Olympics!


Wow, you've been busy! I love that cardigan, I still have not made myself a sweater yet, now there are two that I've seen on blogs that I like. I love the hot water bottle, and warming up your feet at night in bed with it, is genius! Nice fingerless gloves as well, another project that's been on my list. I've got to get some yarn!!!


beautiful projects! you have been quietly knitting up a storm over there - very lovely!

your olympic project looks amazing - good luck! go for the gold!!!


You have been very busy knitting! What a great hot water bottle cover and a great way to sue up the leftovers. Good luck on Ravelympics! I got roped into joining this morning even though I was not interested.


wow! what wonderful projects! I think I love them all...if only I had some of your wonderful yarn in my stash...
best wishes on Ravelympics. that sweater is gorgeous and when knit with the yearn, even more so! can you share what yarn you chose?


that hot water bottle cover are so beautiful!! i love that Plymunth trabajos del Perú yarn! it looks so great and luxury!


wow these are all so gorgeous! as always, the colors are just glorious and the pattern/yarn you chose for the ravelympics is so scrumptious! can't wait to see how it comes!

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