Wondering what to knit with it?
I posed this question to a few Ravelry groups.
Here are a few ideas that Ravelrers suggested [all are Ravelry links].
Horseshoe Lace Cowl by Sashka Macievich
Portlandia Cloche by Emily Johnson
CanCans by Erica Lomax
Mitt Envy by weezalana
Veyla by Ysolda Teague
Bandana by Kalinumba
Liffey by Iryna Klionava
Diamond Sock* by Qianer Huang
Morgana le Fay Socks* by Lisa Kay
Betsyanna Mitts by Paula McKeever
Kunigunde by Christine Ebers
Eggs and More Eggs by Frankie Brown
Kombu Cowl by Mary Lou Egan
Wibbly Wobbly Cowl by Rachel Henry
* Says Ravelry user bcrafter“If you use a lace pattern, 50g/200m is enough for a pair of ankle socks – unless you have big feet :~) e.g. my diamond sock used 56g, and one less repeat on leg would probably look better too. Leaf socks used 280m for a mid-calf sock, so an ankle version would be possible with 200m.”
Let’s be interactive today.
I wanna know what everyone out there is working on at the moment.
Post a link to a blog post, a flickr image, a facebook photo, a ravelry project or whatever and show us all what’s on your needles – of hooks, if you crochet.
I’ve been making some cute hair bands out of dye samples I made a couple of weeks ago, but never posted photos of (slaps self on wrist). And I’m still working on my socks, I’m about to start turning the heels.
Hair Bands (1 of 2)
Hair Bands (2 of 2)
Socks in progress
Remember this yarn?
Hand-painted Yarn for Socks for Erin
Socks for Erin A & B
Socks for Erin A
Socks for Erin B
If you compare these images to those in two previous posts (Colours I may very well attempt to repeat & Colours I will probably not repeat in the future), you can see the difference that reskeining makes.
I’m not sure if potential customers would prefer to see the yarn as it comes out of the dyeing process, or reskeined. What do you think?