Saturday, October 07, 2006

International Scarf Exchange vs. apples


This is the newest version of the scarf I'm making for the International Scarf Exchange. Don't ask me why but I keep changing my mind with the design. In my previous post, I featured it as a lengthwise scarf that I was just starting. I frogged it after about 5 inches. I think I'm liking this design so perhaps this will be my choice.

Oh, and what's up with the apple?




I've got three more of these bushels to peel for some pies and preserves I have to finish before Monday. Knitting while peeling apples is usually a messy affair so I'll have to choose which task I'll complete before Monday. Decisions, decisions....

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hey, nice apples! Theyr'e over 2 bucks a pound down here.

Whimsical Knitting said...

I love your chosen scarf design, it's gorgeous!
I'm afraid that I would have to choose knitting over apple peeling, although, the pies sound yummy.

Jennifer Coomer said...

oh yum-o! i love fall time apples. mmmm.

Mary Anne said...

Your scarf of choice is beautiful and I love the colour!

Those apples look so yummy but I'm thinking you might choose knitting over peeling apples? maybe??

Claudia said...

Love the scarf! Love the color. As for the apples? I can still smell the apple pies Mom used to bake. Oh yum!!!!!

car34 said...

Hi Deborah, just finished reading about your beautiful scarf and the apples. btw, thanks for looking at my dishcloths and the kudos . I used my scanner instead of a camera. They used to wash out so bad with the flash that you couldn't see the design at all with the digital.

Apple pie is my favorite. I can just taste it.. You need a rotary apple peeler so then you can do the apples quicker to give you time to knit...