Tuesday, September 05, 2006

Ready for it's Reveal



The bag for my YOGA MAT is finally complete.

Yarn: Naturally Merino et Soie 10ply Shade 104
Needle Size: 4.0mm circulars
Pattern: my own design
Start Date: July 31st 2006
Finish Date: Sept 2nd 2006

8 comments:

LadyLungDoc said...

That looks great! I love the way that the top part gathers up like a flower.

Well done! Did you have any yarn left?

mjm knitting said...

Thanks and Yes. I totally panicked and have the two "extra" balls of yarn you sent left over. Do you want 'em back? The BF said the yoga bag has better and much warmer clothes then him, but that is because he has a love for merino wool.

LadyLungDoc said...

Heavens no! I have 6 skeins of the same yarn in forest green that I still need to find a project for. You could use it to make a hat for him that will fit, or, you could even use it for socks...they would knit up quickly in a worsted weight.

LadyLungDoc said...

Just thinking - did I ever send you a link to the pattern for Yoga Socks?
Lord knows you would get bonus points in Toronto for having coordinating yoga mat bag and socks. Next thing you know, Lululemon will come out with overpriced knitted socks ;)

Jinxsa said...

Pretty Pretty!!

mjm knitting said...

pattern for yoga socks? nope, but i'd love to get the link for them if you still have it.
If Lululemon does, the tags better say knitted by LadyLungDoc.

LadyLungDoc said...

You want yoga socks? You got yoga socks: http://cast-adrift2.blogspot.com/2006/01/yoga-socks-pattern.html
Sadly, I still retain enough of my prairie-instilled distaste for the airy-fairy to be able to work for Lululemon. They'd probably want me to go have a cleansing, or balance my chakras, or something.
Instead, I'm hoping that my medication feng shui concept-{if you take the red pill BEFORE the blue pill, you will have stronger chi! And pee that glows in the dark!!} will take off, and allow me to purchase all sorts of luxury yarns for the cats to sleep on.

Jessica said...

ooh. I like this. I saw a pattern on knitty for a yoga bag that I want to try. Great job!