And I am not really happy with it. I'm not entirely convinced that I can even see a bunny in a basket there! Maybe the pale pink wasn't the best colour to show the stitches or maybe it needs a wash to straighten it all out. Any advice from other picture dishcloth knitters? Do you need to block the picture ones to make the picture 'pop'?
On the plus side, I have managed to enter at least half of my stash on Ravelry. And I found a cool new feature that I didn't know about - you probably all do; I'm just a bit slow at finding all these technological marvels!
In pattern searcher, you can search on patterns based on the yarn in your stash. And I found 1089 free knitting patterns that I can knit from my stash! Yes, free!! Perfect, I can stash bust and not buy any patterns! I love it!
So far I am loving these:
I Love Stockinette Baby Bib
Alpaca Sox Legwarmers
This is only from the first two pages - and there are 23 pages in total!
This handy tutorial is where I found out about the pattern search - it tells you how to use the Ravelry stash features.
My Colin Vest is coming along nicely. I love it so much, I want one for myself!
Sorry for sneaking in a photo of a WIP - I couldn't resist!
And take a look at this - the world's biggest stash. This lady has more yarn than my LYS does! Looks like heaven to me!
Linking today with Wisdom Begins In Wonder for Fibre Arts Friday and Hard Knit Life for Freshly Finished Friday.