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May 23, 2005

It's Tuesday, You Know the Drill

Well my friends, it's Tuesday and we all know that Tuesday is Knit Along Day.  There are five new NBaT "bluies" this week -- you're a bluie if you've been a good girl and finished your T:

Jackie's NBaT just makes me smile -- she looks so happy wearing her beautiful creation.

Joan C. finished her 2nd NBaT in time for NYU's graduation.

Lu knit her NBaT using Jo Sharp's Desert Garden, beautiful color combination.

Margene added an intricate Chinese character -- the character for love -- to her NBaT.  Please, please go check out her pictures, they are fabulous and fun!

Suzanne has finished and gifted her T-shirt.  I'm hoping for a picture, which I'll post for her.

In other NBaT news:

Cathy has just started a blog.  The NBaT project is her first project knitting continental.

Tania finished her front, which hopefully makes up for having to previously rip out her back.

Elizabeth used her NBaT leftovers to make a terrific tank top for her daughter.

As for nona, I have my bias edging pinned to the neckline and am poised to sew -- but in the meantime I'm knitting my sleeves.  I'm heading up to the city -- San Francisco -- this Thursday for the Urban Knitting Studio's Knit and Wine night and hope to wear my completed NBaT.  A girl can dream cannot she?

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Comments

Much bigger pictures on today post. It's such a great knit and so nice to wear...there will be at least one more in my future.

Posted by: Margene | May 24, 2005 8:10:00 AM

Has anyone tried kntting this as a sleeveless tank? Love all the variations. I don't wear basic Tshirts much but I like the general idea & shape so its got me thinking....

Posted by: gale (she shoots sheep shots) | May 24, 2005 9:11:35 AM

Nona, you're so close! Of course you can finish it in time to wear it on Thursday! What's a sleepless night or two? ;-)

Posted by: Joan C | May 24, 2005 5:19:53 PM

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