Wednesday, April 30, 2014

WIP Wednesday & TNNA-Bound

Over the weekend, I finished my Spindleberry Shawl, can you believe it?

I wasn't planning to start a new project so close to TNNA, but I ended up casting on for a pair of socks with some Tibetan Dream that's been in my stash for a while now:
The pattern is called The Hub of Fashion, and the body of the sock is knit sideways, something I've never done before! Here we have the rarely-seen Robin photobomb:
I'm still not finished with my Dorper project for Spinning Spring Training; I was hoping to at least finish the singles before I left town, but realistically, that's probably not going to happen:
I've also been making progress on my North Hollow Cowl in the new yarn from Blue Sky Alpacas, Extra - over the weekend I finished the first half and started the second half:
It's soooo soft! I am really enjoying working with it, and the design is turning out to be the right mix of mindless/mindful knitting: it took a little concentration to get everything set up, but now that I have the stitch pattern down, it's coming a lot easier.

However, I realize that every project I've worked on recently has been gray or brown - I seem to be in a color rut! My goal this weekend at TNNA is to find a fun color for a non-neutral project when I get back.

Thanks for joining me this week! For more WIP Wednesday inspiration, visit the Tami's Amis Blog!

1 comment:

  1. Those are certainly a lot of neutrals! That sideways sock will be neat.