Tuesday, 5 May 2009

Green Square, Green Ideas

Today's granny square has a new colour, green. I found some tiny balls of this yarn I had from my mother from my grandmother. I knitted a pull-over vest for Mr. Kotkarankki of this yarn some decades ago.


In the same place I found a part of a striped wool garment, just waiting to be re-used for something else. This is what it looked like after I pulled the yarn end:



After I washed the skeins I let them dry in the sun and wind ...

... so that I could make three cute little balls of fresh yarn for my coming granny squares!


I'm a very recycling person.

4 comments:

  1. You could teach the world alot with your recycling! I love the new grannies.

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  2. I agree with Stephanie.
    This will make a terrific granny square! So resourceful. I love the blue and the brown together. :-)

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  3. Wonderful how you can reuse your yarn. I think your squares will look so beautiful in your new colours.

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  4. I am very impressed with your recycling, Ulla! We used to do that as children - I think it's high time we all did that again!
    Cheers!

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