Screened in porches are also good for knitting.
I am making good headway on the KAL socks. That's a turned heel right there.
One of the Halloween mitts are done minus the five rows of ribbing I need to do on the thumb.
You see how close I am to the last corner of the shawl from hell. I'll have one more short edge to do and then this will be in the history books thank goodness.
I've even been working on my travel socks since sometimes you just need a mindless knit to keep your hands busy.
That huge ball of yarn fits nicely in the pocket of my new apron. I took lots of pictures when I was making it last Saturday but I forgot to download them before I left so that post will have to wait. That big ball of Hawthorne fits in the big pockets very nicely. I can walk around and play with the Golden and knit at the same time. He is easily amused-so am I.
Wow! Great sock projects.ReplyDelete
What is the pattern in the first photo? That looks like a sock I NEED to make!
They are the Spiral Eyelet pattern:Delete
It must be so cozy on your porch.ReplyDelete
Don't you think you should treat yourself and the outdoor kitties to a nice screened in porch at home? ��ReplyDelete
Wow you are getting so much accomplished - and all of it looks great!ReplyDelete
Beautiful array of knits! What pattern is the first sock? Very pretty with the stripes and swirls! I'm glad you've had a reprieve time!ReplyDelete
No knitting will be done here today; I'm babysitting my almost two-year-old grandson. All knitting projects are safely stowed away and the living room is strategically littered with his favorite toys.ReplyDelete
Your travel sock yarn looks very much like something I'm working on. I chose the yarn because of the name, "Melted Box of Crayons" :P
All of your socks look so good. And the its. but that shawl and the lace work? Oh my! It looks so complicated.ReplyDelete
This post reeks of fall! All those beautiful fall projects. I'm looking forward to seeing a picture of the full shawl when it's finished. What pattern is that first picture? I love how it swirls!ReplyDelete
That's the Spiral Eyelet pattern.Delete
I wish we had a screened in porch! Mom has a nice big covered porch (no screen) and it's lovely to knit on.ReplyDelete
Dave and I almost bought a house with an amazing four-season sun-room. We walked away from it in the end and sometimes I really regret it (even though we did the right thing)
Wow, you have a lot of fabulous projects in the works! I LOVE you Halloween socks. What a fun pattern! Your shawl looks like a tough knit?ReplyDelete
Oh wow! It's amazing what a screened porch can do for ones knitting! LOVE all your socks. I need to make that first one and I totally love the colors in that second one. You are really booking....I need to catch up!ReplyDelete
I cannot wait to see that shawl done! Cannot wait to see it blossom! Your halloween mitts are so spooky fun. Your socks....well just amazingReplyDelete