No Harm in Yarn

Can't we all just knit along?


So, anyways...

I've been so busy that I haven't had much knitting to blog about. I did, however, get a great package in the mail from Knittin' Pretty. I won a random prize drawing from the Holiday KAL-CAL, and this was it!

Knittin' Pretty "Happy Holidays"Happy Holidays from Knittin PrettyKnittin Pretty Stitch Markers

How lucky am I? The gorgeous yarn is hand spun 100% Falkland Wool in "Happy Holidays". I think I might knit a Swiss Cheese Scarf with it. It's too pretty to be stuck on my feet! I'm assuming she made the adorable stitch markers too. Wasn't that the sweetest thing?

I've been knitting one of three future baby blankets. This one is The Basketweave Blanket in a cotton chenille I found on eBay. It's really very nice.

Basketweave Blanket Progress

Also, I finished the SWS Seed Stitch Baby Sweater. I only have mediocre photos, but I'll post them anyhow!

Seed Stitch Baby SweaterSeed Stitch Baby Button Detail

I've spun a 2-ply yarn from a wool/mohair roving I purchased at the Berks County Heritage Festival 2 years ago( It came from the Aboundingful Farms booth). I really love the colors.

DRUZY- Handspun Wool/Mohair Thick & Thin 2-ply YarnDruzy SkeinDRUZY- Handspun Wool/Mohair Thick & Thin 2-ply Yarn

Until I make some more progress, Adieu.


Blogger KnittingMoose said...

Love the colors of your handspun! Those are my fave colors, too. :) Also love the colors of the Knitting Pretty.

3:42 PM  
Blogger Esoteric Knitter said...

Oh wow, those are really pretty stitch markers and gorgeous yarn!

11:54 PM  
Blogger Yarn Thing said...

That Knitting Pretty Yarn is Stunning!!! I am so glad you won a random prize :-)

Way to go!!


6:27 PM  
Blogger AR said...

Beautiful yarns! I love the colors on both of them. Color is my thing. lol

That baby blanket looks soft and pretty. Great job!

7:26 AM  

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