It's time for a Monday making linky party, but I'm visiting daughter and son-in-law in San Antonio.
What a great city!!!!
I'm away from my computer and my comfort zone when it comes to blogging.
Trying to figure out how to add a link on my iPad is beyond me. 😕
You technology wizards won't understand.....
But, I bet.....
Some of the rest of you WILL!!! Right??
If you'd like to share about what you're making,
Give as much detail as you'd like in your comment and we'll all try to visit via comment section this week!!!!
I'm almost done with this baby blanket!!! A couple more days of driving (that is... My husband driving) and I'll be done!
Thin yarn and small needles equals VERY SLOW project!
Note to self: choose big next time!
Nice baby blanket! And, yes, indeed. Large needles and chunky yarn make the project so much faster! I'm currently knitting a rug with selvage edges on big needles. And I feel your pain with electronics! I'd love to restart my blog...if only I could post from my phone! Sigh!!ReplyDelete
I hope you have a wonderful time with your family, Beth. I can't figure out how to blog on my iPad, either.ReplyDelete
Love your baby blanket. I need to work on binding the tardis quilt that I just finished quilting and a couple of quilts that I am pattern testing for some designers. My blog is kathyskwiltsandmore.blogspot.comReplyDelete
I use an iPad all the time and have found help recently about adding links, etc from tutorials at smilesfromkate.blogspot.co.uk Kate is writing these as fast as she learns them. Have a look and tell her I recommended her to you. Good luck!ReplyDelete
Lovely blanket! Knitting is completely beyond me, so anything that intricate-looking always amazes me! :)ReplyDelete
This weekend just gone, I took it into my head to make several shopping bags: http://theitinerantchemist.com/2016/05/30/producing-produce-bags/ They really were great fun to make; I plan to keep two and donate two to charity. :)
how about scrap orgainizationReplyDelete
have fun on your visit!
Hope you had a great visit with your family. The blanket is looking great, love the colors you've used.ReplyDelete
SA is a great city! I hope you are not hitting all of that flooding while driving. Your blanket is beautiful. Have a safe trip back.ReplyDelete
actually it isn't that hard to blog from an iPad but you can't do as much with it is what I remember. My iPad is so old I tend to take my laptop everywhere when I want to blog while I'm gone. But how to do the linky party? no idea since I don't use it except to add my link! Enjoy your family time.ReplyDelete
By the way, whatcha making there? It looks really cool the way the yarn is knitting up!ReplyDelete
Blanket is beautiful and so worth the effort of the smaller needles. CatrionaReplyDelete