Yarn Along......

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The past week I have been recovering from the Tour de Fleece and was able to pick up my knitting needles again. I finally finished my Jaywalker socks and immediately cast on another pair of socks. I grabbed one of my Tour de Fleece finished skeins .....a 3 ply in BFL. They just about flew off my needles! I took them everywhere including the lake.  I knit them 2 at a time and toe up. I did a simple vanilla sock with a fleegle heel and since I knit from both ends of the ball the colors are fun and don't line up and I am ok with that! These are going to be my most favorite socks.....they fit perfectly and are so warm and squishy......it's socky love!!
 

Ravelry notes here

I also cast on for a new thing......About  month ago I picked up some adorable mini skeins in a gradient from Sunrise Fiber Co. they are  beautiful shades of blue. I happened upon the Pebble beach Shawlette the other day and knew it would be perfect for this yarn.
 
Ravely notes here
 This month at my spinning guild meeting one of the members taught a workshop on Kumihimo bracelets which is a form of Japanese braiding. It was so fun and I came home and taught some of my kids to make them. They are now braiding up bracelets like crazy and having a blast. I used embroidery floss for my daughters but my boys are using cotton yarn and they are coming out great. There are many sites on the internet to learn how to do this and get supplies. I can see myself using up bits of leftover sock yarn to make more.


I'm deciding what audio book to listen to next....I'm sure I will find some great ideas as I go through todays links on the Yarn Along! Happy Knitting!!

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12 comments

  1. I've been too nervous to try to knit socks. I have read books on it, and watched videos on it but it seems like it would be such a challenge. Was it difficult at first?

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  2. I love the bracelets! I'll have to look that up and see if I can figure it out. Your socks are lovely as well. I REALLY must research how to knit two at a time.

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  3. I love the blue yarn! The bracelets are also adorable. :)

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  4. Kaylee, socks are really not hard at all. Once you get going they are kind of addictive!! Find a good simple pattern and there are loads of you tube videos to help with techniques!!

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  5. Oh my word, your socks are beautiful, and I love the colours.
    Thank you so much for your comment on my blog.
    irene
    xxxx

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  6. I really need to try this two at a time business, I think it would make socks more...successful. (I hate finishing one beautiful sock only to have to do another just like it...i mean, do we really need two? haha)

    I love all of your yarn colours, so soft and glorious.

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  7. I love your coordinating socks!! They look simply fabulous!

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  8. Those socks are just AWESOME!!! And I love the yarn for Pebble Beach. I'm not sure which project I love more <3

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  9. I love the socks! Such pretty colors!

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  10. Love your socks and the new knit on the needles is such a great color!!!

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  11. The socks are so cute. I think the shawl will turn out beautifully, I am so drawn to the greens and blues. Can't wait to see the finished project.

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  12. I love the blue yarn and bracelets.

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