Sick of all the cold, the rain, the snow, the gray, I began a colorful crocheted scarf.
Noro Kureyon Sock Yarn is wildly colorful, but not very suitable for socks. It is very thin with occasional thicker sections, but it works fine for a crocheted scarf. Although it is a bit rough, it should soften up with a wash and a rinse.
Pattern: Solveig by eclat du soleil.
I like to have a crochet project in addition to knitting on various sized needles so that I can give my hands a needed break from too much of one thing.
Mystery KAL continues and the third clue is completed. This is a snippet; if you want spoilers you can go to the Follow Your Arrow KAL group on ravelry and be amazed at the gorgeous color choices. Mine are on the subdued end of the continuum. I have chosen clues 1B, 2B, and 3B. Two more weeks of clues to go.
Two Sock Cuffs
Completed the leg portions of this pair of socks. Have learned from experience that I need to knit them in tandem, moving back and forth from sock to sock. This avoids "Second Sock Syndrome" as well as "Two Different Sizes Syndrome."
One sleeve down, one to go and then this cardigan will be complete. I knit the sleeve on two circulars, as I found DPN's too cumbersome for the other one that I knit.
The only thing I can say about the Polar Vortex is that it gives me plenty of knitting and crocheting time.
Visit Tami's Amis to see what else has been accomplished this week.
Beautiful projects. Happy knitting and crocheting. RegulaReplyDelete