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Gratuitous picture of yarn. Duh.
I’m not trying to turn my blog into a knitting blog or anything, but this is what happens when you’re holed up for a few days trying to get over being sick. You have all the time in the world to knit! A friend of mine handspun this stunning yarn and I fell hard for it. I bought it from her ages ago and just now found a project for it. The lace on this shawl is supposed to look like ginkgo leaves. Pretty! You can see more photos and read more details on my Ravelry page. I still have about 100 yards of this yarn left so I’m knitting a quick lace scarf with it- I’ll post pictures of that when I’m done.
Dansko just came out with a knitted shoe. NEED!
Also, is it bad that I can tell you what yarn they used for their design?
Scarf I just finished knitting from yarn that I handspun. It’s a mulberry silk/merino wool blend from Blue Moon Fiber Arts. And it’s gorgeous.
Finished my Aquaphobia Socks for Ravellenic Games on Ravelry! P.S. I dyed that yarn with food coloring!
I dyed this yarn with food coloring and finally found a sock pattern that really shows off the colors. Aquaphobia socks by Crystal Flanagan.
Never dyed yarn with Kool Aid? I just wrote out this super simple, easy, 4 step process on how it’s done. Kool Aid Yarn Dyeing 101.
Another baby shower today! Knit and dyed this little hat to match this sweater.