Friday, August 13, 2010

Ocean Knitting

Edited to add pics: Another ribbed bolero is born at the ocean. Ribbed Lace Bolero, by Kelly Maher. It's a great, free pattern on Ravelry. Knit on size 8 and 10 needles with Cotton Ease, 2 skeins in "stone".


Since I was taking these by myself with a timer, I see I had it on a bit crooked, but you get the idea.
When you see all this sandy beauty and the colors of nature....
it just makes you want to knit something with the name "stone" or "sand" in it.


Knitting on the beach is the ultimate!
It was a lovely getaway in the RV with my folks staying nearby at a Bed 'n Breakfast at Pacific Beach, WA.

4 comments:

knittinwolf said...

What great pics!

Jeannine said...

Thanks, it is always great to get to the beach, no matter the weather!

Sandee said...

You wouldn't be wearing that coat here in Tempe. It was 111 today. So much fun carrying a fridge up the stairs in the dorm.....

I'd trade spots with you in a heartbeat!

Jeannine said...

We are so HOT here in Seattle now. It is 84 inside my house and 97 or something outside today! But where you are sounds worse!