Just a crazy knitter in love with her new @weareknitters yarn. I'm halfway through this project and I've only frogged it once. 🙌🏻 So finished photos should be happening soon. Also I need to dye my hair.... What is on your needles?
Loving the view from our couch, my plants always bring me joy and pride. Honestly I can’t believe I can keep them alive, I used to be the worst with plants 😅
Also, those skeins from @dropledesign are too dreamy! 😍 I just want to keep them as eye candy, but also use them right away 🤔😄
Sweater weather time! 🍂 .
So today I’ve dedicated my time on knitting more rows of this beautiful sweater! .
Probably it’s getting too cold now to wear it here, in england, bit at least could be ready for next spring/summer. 😊
I’m a very slow knitter...more precisely, I knit fast but I can loose my interest very soon and pass on another project or craft so easily! I can’t focus myself on 1 project only, I tried and it doesn’t work for me.
At the moment I work on 3 projects and I’m carrying on 2 of them from last winter.
So you can call me a #superslowknitter 🤦♀️
What about you? Do you any project sitting on your stash box since last winter??
Iara⭐️ @eastlondonknit shines in her new Baskerville shawl! Renée used colours Dusk and Dawn for this new design to showcase the clever slip stitch pattern.
Baskerville’s Exmoor Blueface, Gotland and silk is a subtly modern take on traditional rustic yarn. Slightly toothy but soft enough for next to skin wear. I call this my ‘gateway’ yarn for people like me who want to wear crunchier yarn but are a bit too sensitive. 😋
After wearing this for a bit you’ll gently adjust to a toothier yarn and can move in to something more rustic, like old school Ramble!