A nurse who knits…

June 13, 2007

FO: Turtleneck Tube Vest

Filed under: Knitting,Travel — yarnnut @ 9:09 pm

Yeah!!! Another finished knit. I still have to weave the ends in which I will do tonight. But knitting was officially finished last night. I tried the vest on and it’s a perfect fit. I have more Cotton Fleece in the same color so I can make a matching shrug. Whoot! Whoot! Of couse a pic will follow the finishing. Probably on Friday. Tonight will be an official weaving in the ends night.

I met with a couple of ladies this morning who are from the North County Knitters Guild. I should check the official group out. They meet on the first Tuesday of every month which may be a bit difficult. You know, the whole job thing sometimes gets in the way of the fun stuff.

Matt and I booked our vacation last week. We’re doing a Royal Carribbean cruise to Alaska that starts in Vancouver, Canada and ends up in Seward, Alaska. I can’t wait. Has anyone been on an Alaskan Cruise? I’d love to hear about your experience. It’s my first cruise and I could use some tips!

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4 Comments »

  1. Can’t wait to see it!

    Comment by Adrienne — June 13, 2007 @ 9:25 pm | Reply

  2. Oh, you should have asked that question about the cruise today during the knitting group! One of the women has done it twice and says she would do it again in a heartbeat. It was nice to meet you–I hope you’ll be there next time.

    Comment by Suzanne V. (Yarnhog) — June 13, 2007 @ 11:32 pm | Reply

  3. Congrats on another FO. You’re cruising along for sure!

    Comment by Susan Davis — June 15, 2007 @ 5:02 pm | Reply

  4. Another knitting nurse…so am I! I found your blog by accident recently. I’ve been on an Alaskan cruise run by Princess Cruise Line (no affiliation whatsoever). Alaska had some of the most beautiful scenery, but a LOT of touristy stops. I had to struggle to find something besides a tacky souvenir shop in the ports of call. If I were you, I’d book a few excursions rather than waste your time shopping in town. There are some one-of-a-kind excusions that you can experience only in Alaska. My blog has been inactive for quite some time, so no peeking for now.

    Comment by Amy — June 16, 2007 @ 3:43 am | Reply


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