Knit Kabob

Ok, I know some of you think that my knitting has taken a strange turn lately but really there is a reason I am knitting such odd things. If you’ve read my site for awhile you know that I often do the window displays for the LYS Noe Knit. Currently I’m working on one that has a bbq theme thus knit hot dogs, hamburgers & even ants. This weekend I whipped up a knit veggie kabob.
#224 - knit kabob
of course they are skewered on a knitting needle! Currently, I’m working on some corn on the cob. Funny my knitting group is so used to my odd knitting that last night whenever anyone asked what I was working on & I said corn on the cob their response was “Of course you are.” So believe me I ‘m not knitting odd art pieces for around my house but it is fun to think about how to get these different shapes to create things like knit food & animals.

On a more useful front I finished 2 pairs of Fetching this weekend as well.
so fetching
I added an extra cable to the wrist on these since they are for Daria & she asked for them to be a little longer. Thrilled that I feel comfortable with cabling now so I’m going to dive in & start a cabled blanket.

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7 Comments to Knit Kabob
    • Diana
    • Your kabobs are great! I can’t wait to see the display window. You will have to post a picture!!
      You’ve got cables down just fine you could give that sweater I’m knitting a go!!

    • Kim
    • Love the kabobs! How original. I’ve been wanting to find a good patttern for a pair of fetching and love this one. Where did you find it? Great work on them! They look so warm and cozy.

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