It’s been awhile since I have blogged and I can’t believe it’s almost a month! I have been working part time so I didn’t have much time to knit. At least things are easing up and I have my knitting mojo back. Problem is I have projects to finish and want to cast on for more. I am NOT knitting any Christmas presents thank God.
I’m working on the Glynis sock by Cookie A. This is a really nice pattern. I am using Shibui sock yarn in the color 1675 also called Pagoda. This has been in my stash for quite awhile, so I am glad I went deep stash diving. I am using a size 1.5 needle.
Here is the first sock completed:
I am half way finished with the second sock. I am just going to start turning the heel.
As much as I wasn’t going to buy anymore Lollipop yarn, I couldn’t resist the color Christmas Carol. So, I bought it.
Then, I cast on a for a basic sock pattern using a size 1 needle.
The striping is uneven, which I am liking very much!
I am still working on the Hitchhiker using Miss Babs Yowza yarn in Night Lights. I love how this is knitting up. I am using a size 6 needle.
I love the Yowza yarn by Miss Babs and wanted to try more yarn by her, so I made another purchase. I got Heartland worsted yarn in Tulipa, Cosmic sock in Vineyard, Heartland worsted in Raisinette (I really wanted 2 skeins of this color, but she only had one, so I bought 2 skeins of the Tulipa and still bought this skein) and Yowza in the color Perfectly Wreckless (I love this color and just had to have it).
My local yarn shop was selling washcloth kits using Applachian Organic Cotton. I wanted to try it out, so I bought a kit. The kit had 2 washcloth patterns, the yarn, and soap. Here is the yarn.
I want to make a Rikke hat out of some Madelinetosh dk that I have and maybe I will knit a cowl using the Miss Babs Heartland in Raisinette. I also want to cast on for a pair of socks for my niece. She has a size 7 1/2 foot, so those socks should knit up faster than the one’s I knit for me. The socks for her WILL NOT be for Christmas. Plus, I have to get back to a cross stitch pattern I was working on.
Well, hopefully, I will start blogging each week now. Off to knit!