Leafy Baby Blanket
Wayside Lace Cardigan
Links to podcasters:
In A Snit
I hope I didn’t forget anything. If you need any other info, just let me know!
For those fab stitch markers, myelement.etsy.com.
And my bad, I think I said there 50 per bag, it’s actually 30. But still, awesome deal for a great product.
Hope everyone is enjoying some great weather!
So, Yay! I finished the body of the Wayside Cardi and started the sleeves last night. I was going to do them two at a time, but I just couldn’t figure it out.
I also ripped out my 1st attempt of the Humphrey Vest and cast on again. This time, I’m much happier.
It is soooo pretty outside today that I’m actually contemplating getting out there to do a bit of gardening.
Options, options. Gardening, or knitting….
Yodafatkitty Episode 1
Episode 1.1: http://bcove.me/me0pnnjf
Haze Cowl by Cecily Glowik kMacDonald
Humphrey Vest by Astrid Kauffman a free Knitty pattern
Leftovers Cowl by Wendy D. Johnson
Lancet socks by Kiersten Brandt
Broken Seed Stitch socks by Handepande
Stitch markers from MyElements shop on Etsy
MadelineTosh. It’s either Prairie, or Lace. I can’t remember which, and of course, I no longer have the label.
Pattern calls for only 450 yards of Lace weight.
US size 5 needle.
I have too many projects going, so I’ve no idea when I’ll finish this.
But, it’s the journey. Or, so I tell myself :P
Or, in this case, sock.
2nd sock syndrome, coming up.
This was a fun and interesting sock pattern. I do believe I’m going to cast on the 2nd sock any day now.
Also, because you decrease to form the pattern at top of foot, you increase on those same rows, on the bottom of foot.
This makes the sock fit really nice! It’s like custom shaping for the sock.
I used Loops & Threads Luxury Sock that I snatched from the bay of E.
60% wool, 30% Nylon and 10% cashmere. Color: % Redwoods
Very nice stuff, but we shall see how it holds up. Uber soft but feels strong.
and I’m awe-struck. Granted, that’s not a difficult state for me to get in.
This pattern went in my queue and I even checked out the yarn on Etsy.
How cool that you get two gradient cakes of the yarn so each sock will work up pretty much the same??
Tres’ cool, says I.