Wednesday, May 9, 2007

Canasta and Calorimetry

Monday night we played Canasta with our good friends, Jess and Dennis. We go in streaks with them some weeks we see them 1-2 times a week other weeks not at all. But we always have fun when we get together. The guys always get a little crazy and we laugh and laugh. (Inside Joke: Dennis I was still laughing about the credit card thing the next morning)


This is proof that the girls won!! We had been on a bit of a losing streak.












At the game night, I started the Calorimetry hat thing from Knitty, with the Lamb's Pride yarn I got last week .












I finished it today. Isn't it cute?
It seems a little wide on the top but I didn't check my gauge at all so I guess I deserved that. It will work for what it's for. It is soooo soft and warm. It was pretty hot today amd hotter still while I was taking these.

9 comments:

jesslm said...

Senja, I love it! It turned out really cute. Now I want to make one!

Dee said...

Hey Sen, I am jealous of all your 'finnished' projects. There great. What was that half mitten pattern called?

Senja said...

Dee I think you mean Fetching from Knitty's site. Try going to archives and then at the top of the list of older issues is a drop down look under mittens/gloves. They have another version of Fetching too more manly.

Bufanditas said...

Those playing cards look so cool. Where did you get them from.

Your calorimetry looks so warm and soft. I can see why you want it be cold again.

Sandy said...

Very cool! We should get together again and play too....don't forget about us!

Brita said...

Sen, I read calorimetry and I thought of Chemistry. That is bad. It turned out cute, but you look hot wearing it. Hot, not "hot". Oh you know what I mean. I can't wait till Aug.

Linnea said...

Adorable. I looove the subtle color changes in that yarn. Never seen Lamb's Pride like that!

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Guinifer said...

Did you alter the Calorimetry pattern at all?