My summer knitting plans involve these two yarn cakes of beautiful Corrie Sock by Happy Fuzzy Yarn. What do you think I’m designing?
Colourways Verdigris and Sulfur Springs.
The yarn is really really lovely.
I recently finished the shawl I’d been working on in Corrie Sock Tundra. This is the skein of yarn that was wound in my hotel room at TNNA.
The design is not mine — it is Brickless by Martina Behm.
The finished shawl is lovely even though it hasn’t had a proper photoshoot yet! It’s a different style than I normally knit (or wear) and it was a fun experience.
I’m also making progress on two designs in Anzula Yarns. I’m very excited about the crochet piece shown on the right.
For fun knitting I’m trying really hard to finish my Follow Your Arrow Mystery KAL Shawl by Ysolda Teague. It’s lovely but knitting solid brown during the long winter did me in. This is a gift for someone special to me, and I really want to finish it soon! The other fun project is a Verdaia Shawl by Jodie St. Clair. I’d first wanted to knit this project over 4 years ago! The yarn is very very yummy FAVE sock by Fiberstory Yarns. This skein was generously gifted to me at TNNA and I may have purchased more when word of her sale (though June 30th) reached me. 😉
If that wasn’t enough, I’m also determined to spin more this summer. Buddy, the not-quite-so-kitten-anymore, loves watching and exploring my wheel, especially while I’m spinning. He thinks spindles are a toy just for him so we’ll see how this works as the summer progresses.
My wheel is a Bee Travel Wheel. The spindles are a turkish one from my good friend teabird, a Bosworth, and a Golding.
I’m fostering kittens again. They’ve grown quite a bit since the first photos in the linked post. They’re now even harder to photograph than when they were so small as they’re now awak and eager to explore! I try to keep their Facebook page up-to-date.
What are your summer plans?
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