Friday, November 30, 2012

PIckles Is Finished

She's done!  

*Pickles vest in Noro.  
*Very quick knit up.
*Toddler size 
*Need to find white long sleeve shirt to go under it. 
*Amazingly easy instructions.
*Bottom Line: Noro hurt my wrist. 

So guess who finally got an Iphone?  
I was due for an upgrade and got it for a dollar. 
My old phone was so out of date, the young man who transferred the data said he'd NEVER seen one like it. 
I offered it up to the Smithsonian....

So How do I do instagram all you techies??


Nancy said...

Cute vest! Congratulations on the quick finish.

Sorry, I can't help with the technology question: I still have an ancient flip phone. ;o(

gMarie said...

first you find the app store. Then you search for instagram, download it, set up a name, take and post pictures. I think you have lots more photo editing options with an iPhone. g

SissySees said...

Yay!! I love it. Very cute vest. Sorry the Noro hurt you.

gMarie is the Instagram expert, so just find me... I'm channagram or something like that. (gMarie can tell you...)

Nancy Kay said...

Very cute vest.

You are going to love your iPhone! I have one and wouldn't be without it.

Check out the app called Voxer. If someone else in your family has this app on their phone, you can talk to each other as if your phones were walkie-talkies. It's pretty amazing.

Katherine said...

Darling vest! I find Noro very hard to knit with too. I made a very pretty scarf for myself with it and I can't wear it because it is so scratchy.

A friend who is going away on an extended trip used her phone to make me a friend on Facebook this morning. Now that one escapes even me who my grandkids call "Techie Grandma." I guess the problem is that I don't use my phone for Facebook so that seems alien! You're going to love the new phone!!

Toni said...

Oh, that is so cute!!!!

sapphireblue said...

It turned out very nice! I like the Noro colors.

Anonymous said...

Cute vest!

Don't ask me ... I do "Droid". LOL

Judy S. said...

Cute vest. I need to check out that pattern! That's a pretty Noro color. I've heard that once washed, the yarn is less scratchy. Right now I'm crocheting a Noro scarf and hope that's true!

kathy b said...


I have heard too that washing Noro really helps. I have FELT some washed Noro and it was very true. I
d hate to give a scratchy gift to a toddler!

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