Because I was traveling for part of October, I didn’t get as much knitted this month as I have in month past. If I travel within the United States, I do take knitting with me. However, I didn’t want to risk getting my beloved Bamboo needles and cotton yarn confiscated by TSA.

I did check out the TSA guidelines and the airline guidelines, and both said I could bring my knitting on the plane. Now, we all know TSA’s reputation. All it would have taken was a TSA agent on a power trip or decide he/she liked my needles and yarn and I lose my project.

ANYWAYS…October was Orange Yarn Month for me! Not that I’m complaining, but here’s what I was able to get done this month:

Baby Blankets:

Bernat Blanket Pumpkin Spice (1)

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Dishcloths:

Bernat Freshly Squeezed (11)

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Scrubbies:

Bernat Freshly Squeezed (2)

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See? Orange Yarn everywhere! And that was not intentional! I made up the To Be knit order for the baby blankets back in January, and I knit my cotton in the order it is on my Inventory list in my Knitting TN Insert. OCD I know, but there is a reason.

Side tangent: For a few years, I was just buying cotton yarn when it was on clearance, but I couldn’t keep up with knitting all of it. A year ago, I decided to stop buying all cotton yarn I see, unless it was a really REALLY good deal. And I’ve been knitting through my stash. All the Bernat skeins I’ve been working through were bought 3-4 years ago.  And any yarn that is bought, gets added to the inventory list. So a ball of Peaches and Cream Light Blue yarn is the most recent purchase (Clearance for $0.50!). So if I don’t buy any more cotton until I’m through with what I have, that ball will be the last cotton ball.

Wow, this is a much longer Monthly Knits post than what I intended. Did that make sense to anyone else?

YouTube video link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7HKX0JIkKdE

And since I’ve been asked in past Monthly Knits posts if I sell my stuff on ETSY. Yes, now that craft show season is over, I will be listing everything left on ETSY.

ETSY shop link: https://www.etsy.com/shop/CBCproducts

How’s everyone else’s crafting going?

© Cori Large 27 Oct 2016

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14 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. candy
    Nov 07, 2016 @ 09:40:43

    Love the pumpkin spice color and have fallen in love with scrubbies. I had a TSA agent take my good quilting needle once. Talk about irritated.

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    • caendicott
      Nov 08, 2016 @ 14:57:34

      I don’t trust TSA as far as I could throw them. Well…the scrubbies are available for sale….lol

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  2. Michelle Rogers
    Nov 07, 2016 @ 09:44:47

    Beautiful work and so fall festive!

    Reply

  3. Carol Cassara
    Nov 07, 2016 @ 17:23:52

    I keep thinking about learning to knit. I think, though, that it takes too much focus.

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    • caendicott
      Nov 08, 2016 @ 15:01:23

      It does take focus at first, but after awhile, especially a simple garter stitch, it becomes mindless.

      Reply

  4. Emily
    Nov 07, 2016 @ 18:06:33

    How cute are these?! Love the boarder detailing 🙂

    Reply

  5. Valerie
    Nov 08, 2016 @ 10:17:59

    They turned out very cute. I love the colors.

    Reply

  6. Jay Colby
    Nov 08, 2016 @ 16:23:26

    Beautiful work I love fall colors!

    Reply

  7. Elisabeth Wallace - The Abstract Life
    Nov 10, 2016 @ 13:37:05

    I used to make these all the time as Christmas presents! Love it! This is giving me some ideas of doing DIY presents this year for all the ladies in my family. 🙂

    Reply

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