Saturday, October 24, 2015

It’s getting colder

I finally turned on the heat about a week ago.  It killed me to do that.  It did warm up for a day or two and now it’s getting cooler.  At least it’s above freezing.

I hadn’t been knitting much,but  this week I got back into it.  I worked on my second Must Stash Night at the Roxberry sock.  I used a size 1 needle with Must Stash yarn perfect sock in the color Night at the Roxberry using a basic sock pattern.

Must Stash - Night at the Roxberry - Sock 2

I couldn’t wait to start on another sock and since it’s close to Halloween, I cast on another Must Stash yarn perfect sock  in the color Oh Spooky.  I am using a size 1 needle with a basic sock pattern.  I plan on doing a heel flap for this sock, so I am going to use some black yarn for the heel.

Must Stash - Spooky Sock

I like knitting dishcloths and haven’t been knitting much of those lately.  I particularly like the pattern called Almost Lost Washcloth.  It’s a circular pattern and it knits up quickly.  I used a size 7 needle with Lion Brand Cotton in the Americana color.  The pattern calls for 14 points, but I made 15.

Almost Lost Washcloth - Americana

I also made a mini Almost Lost Washcloth in the same yarn and color.  This pattern calls for 9 points, but I knit 10.  This will make a great coaster.  I will definitely be making more of these.

Almost Lost Washcloth - mini

I have been buying yarn.  How can I refuse?  From Knit Purl I bought Bumblebirch yarn in the Glen base.  It’s a fingering yarn composed of 80% superwash yarn and 20% silk.  It’s beautiful yarn. I got a skein of fog and eggplant.

Bumblebirch - Glen

I also bought another skein of Lollipop Yarn in her Gripes base in the color Rebel without a Rainbow.

Lollipop Yarn - Gripes - Rebel without a Rainbow

Lastly, I got a Loopy Kit from the Loopy Ewe.  The pattern is by Susan B. Anderson and the yarn is from their Loopy Series in the colors red, tan and white.  This is such a cute pattern.

Loopy Kit

Well, must go knit some more.

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