It’s the first Thursday of the month again, so time to talk about socks.
So, I have a confession to make … for the first time in maybe a year, I don’t have a pair of socks on the needles!
Don’t get me wrong, I have plans … some plans I am really excited to share as they take shape. But the combination of lots of WIPs and Stage 1 Moving has not been conducive to Starting New Things. Especially if those things require a bit of thought.
So instead, I have some pictures of my finished Favorite Socks to share (as if you haven’t seen enough pictures of them in progress) (on Ravelry here)
Hi friends, just popping in because I’m so excited I had to share ….
I’ve finished my Islay! It needs a good bath over the weekend, but I’m pleased as punch that I finished it — even more so because it was just in time for the deadline of the KAL that Shetland Trader hosted on Ravelry. I’ll do a fuller post with all my thoughts on this sweater soon, but suffice it to say that it’s a great sweater, and I highly recommend the pattern!
Some exciting knitting plans are afoot this weekend, which may or may not include some yarn shopping — looking forward to telling you all about it soon.
It’s our second day of solid rain here on Kapiti Coast. But I can’t complain too much. It’s easier to spend the days inside working when it’s dreary out. And I get to wear my Baffies around the house!
I made these back in October. They were the only project I managed to complete (or even cast on, for that matter!) from Kate Davies Seven Skeins Club, which culminated in the wonderful Buachaille book. Not because I didn’t want to make the rest, but other projects got in the way. Hopefully this fall, I’ll make more of the projects from the book. The Buachaille yarn is a joy to knit with — gorgeous colors, sproingy and sheepy, but not too coarse to wear next to the skin — a very special yarn indeed. (There’s even a song about it!)
Wherever you are, I hope your week’s going well. Clear skies are in the forecast for tomorrow. The rain’s not so bad, but I’m looking forward to the return of beach combing and blue skies.