What she said was right, the stitches of Azalea can become boring ... however, it is just beautiful! I happened (again) to have some crochet cotton with me. So, I started making a glass mat:
It is an easy and fun project. It was done now ... waiting for the final finishing:
I have yet to read how to stretch the crocheted chains and then block it into a glass mat. But knitting with tiny thread and wire like needles can be fun. I used the smallest sized (US000) needles from the Susan Bates Silvalume set. The needles are not very sturdy and all are in strange shape now. What I need to do next is to look for some better needles.
This morning, Rebekah of Knit Knack proposed a yarn diet game. I joined. :) To participate, you need to have self control, to be honest, and to contribute to the gold pot for the prizes. But you can also win some goodies at the end. So, if you are interested (come on, we all know we have a problem, right?) go here and send her a comment or email.
Now, I think I need to return to my Cedar Creek socks. The first sock was done, I just need to cast on for the second sock.