The yarn is from a sock club from years ago, so I don’t know the dyer or colorway. I did them toe up starting with a Turkish cast-on and did a short row heel. My usual basic sock 🙂 Next up – Elizabeth Montague socks from the KDD Bluestocking club!
Throwback is done! This one is hard to get good pictures of – sunlight completely blew the photos out, and indoors wasn’t much better. Probably the best picture of it that captures the colors the best is here. But it is finished! I did do a few modifications. I added buttons and buttonholes, which the… Continue reading Throwback Thorsday!
Making good progress on DH’s socks! I’m a few inches past the ankles, and a few more inches to go!
The majority of the seeds I started are doing pretty well and ready to be planted next weekend! This tray is marigolds and forget-me-nots for the flower bed next to the short walkway up to our front door. The marigolds even have buds starting already! And this is just a mess of other flowers for… Continue reading Agriculture Report
My Variance hat is done! This is the May project for AC Knitwear’s Confident Knitting club, and the skill this month was catching floats. It is a great pattern and fun to knit 🙂 The pattern is by Janette Budge, and the yarn is Jamieson & Smith yarn – if anyone is curious I can… Continue reading FO Friday – Variance Hat
Stocked up on blue sock yarn and ready for the Bluestockings club to start tomorrow!
Turned the heels on DH’s socks! Now it’s just stockinette for a while and then a bit of ribbing, and done! I don’t know how much is going to get done on these this week, as I’ve decided to focus on my Fair Isle hat for the Confident Knitting club so I can get that… Continue reading Sock It To Me Monday
I’ve gotten in some work on my Bonbori shawl (Rav link) over the past week! And also finally took advantage of the natural light outdoors to get a better picture! I’m 8 rows away from the next increase and going into chart C. There are 4 charts, so slightly over half of the directions, but… Continue reading Bonbori Progress
I took a VK Live class this morning on a technique I have been looking into for a while. It doesn’t seem to have a formal name, though the teacher of this class called it the double-pass technique. Essentially, you are working with two colors of yarn, and instead of working two rows (back and… Continue reading Double-Pass Technique