It’s been over a year since my last post and I’m ready to start blogging again! I could list a million reasons or excuses for not blogging, but what it comes down to is, I just didn’t take the time to do it. So…here I am, taking the time. Today, I’ll just show you some of the many projects I’ve knit in the last year.
In no specific order:
Mittens for my friend, Karen, who
is afraid doesn’t like to knit anything stranded. She kindly paid me in yarn to make these. They are the Hickory Mittens and are not an easy stranded pattern, with up to 4 colors per row. Yarn used was various shades of Cascade 220.
A couple pair of Spiced Cocoa Mitts. The blue pair was for my mom and the gray pair was for Susie, the colleague at school whose name I drew for Christmas. Yarns used was Berocco Vintage for the blue mitts and Universal Yarn Classic Shades for the gray.
Lichen shawl/scarf for me. Yarn is Schoppel-wolle Zauberball 100. This was for Camp Loopy last year.
Next is a pair of Nord of Dwindling Frost mittens using Tosh DK in Worn Denim.
Most recently finished is this Nurmilintu in some handspun gradient yarn. I didn’t spin it myself, but had someone on Ravelry spin it for me! I used up all but about 10 yards.
That’s all for now! I’ll be back in a few days to post some pics and details about a few patterns I released in the last year!
In the meantime:
Bridget says, “I can’t wait!”