Saturday, January 03, 2009

Log Cabin success.



This is a log cabin for worsted weight yarn pattern from Theresa Gaffrey Designs #165. I am using Riverstone yarns. I can only knit a little bit at a time, but it is coming along. I wanted to use Northwoodsy colors. I think the colors work.

Here's a little something I learned recently. I have always thought my children were color blind. Their idea of blue is a green really. Browns are reddsish to them. Anyhow, I decided to have them take the on line colorblind test, because they should know they have this issue.

They both passed. I failed. HAHAHAHAHA. Jokes on me!
I'll talk to you in the comments. :)

7 comments:

Breien in Lansingerland said...

The blanket starts to look nice. I like it

Katherine said...

It's beautiful! I can't wait to see the blanket finished. It looks like you have been knitting fast. No one would know that you have a wounded wing and no one would ever believe you could possibly be colorblind! Just keep putting those pretty colors together!!

Karen said...

Oh my, how funny that they passed and you failed. I guess there is no way to know if you are seeing colors correctly, huh? In any case, the colors you chose for your blanket look terrific! At least, to me they do!!

Elaine said...

The blanket is really looking good.

It is particularly strange about the colorblindness since that is usually a (male) sex-linked trait. I knew you were special!

Darcys Knotty Knitter said...

I want to knit a log cabin yours is loverly also I think blue looks purple hehehe.Hugs Darcy

Emily said...

Wahaha! At least you can admit when you are wrong! The Log Cabin looks great!

Lynne S of Oz said...

Maybe you have four colour cones in your eyes rather than the usual three? It can affect colour perception. You don't seem to have any problems putting colours together :-)

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