Sunday, April 6, 2008

Spring at last!





Ah, at last, spring weather has come to Michigan. Knowing this state, we are not yet done with the snow and cold, but at least for now, it is sunny and 60 degrees. My mini daffodils bloomed yesterday, I've started walking again, and life is good.

I've finished one out of two socks from 2-At-A-Time Socks by Melissa Morgan-Oakes, the Be Mine pattern. Yes, I know, the title says two at a time, but I did it on dpn's because when I attempt this method, it will be on simple socks and not fancy heart socks with cables. The yarn is Kitty Knits Sock Wool in pansy, which you can buy here from a good friend of mine. The wool is unbelievably soft, with just enough give to stretch comfortably but still keep its shape, and the colors are just gorgeous.

In honor of spring, I'm also working on a flower washcloth from Creative Knitting Magazine. I will be back on later to post photos.

A friend of mine has introduced me to the Loopy Ewe, and I am now totally addicted. The products are awesome, the prices are great, and the shipping is very quick. Go take a peek; you won't be sorry.

3 comments:

Katt said...

love how the socks look!! :)

and that dishcloth is cute

thanks for the plug of my shop..

Katt

melissaknits said...

Awesome! Thanks for helping to prove that the socks can be knitted with any method, not just 2-at-a-Time!

Be Mine is my personal favorite, along with Belle Epoque. They will always be tied for first in my heart.

Ida Zachariassen Sagberg said...

..... I just spent 50$ shopping on The Loopy Ewe.....