Wednesday, 22 February 2012

WIP Wednesday - Yarn along

Wednesday again, who would believe it!


Well, not much has been happening here, so let me make post an update quickly.


Finished Hubby's Socks from last week, if you want to find out how you can grab yourself one of the patterns for free - go here

On my needles: Finished sock number 1 of my daughters simply cabled socks. They are turning out quite nicely. The colour of the yarn has been a nice surprise! The pattern should be available by middle of next week.










On my Ereader: Still finishing off "All that Remains" from last week.


Don't forget to come past tomorrow and share your Kitchen Krafts.






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22 comments:

  1. look at you ! finished socks.. i hope i can wear finished socks one day.
    :)

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    1. Thanks Angelina,

      I find that once you have started you just keep producing more and more, and faster and faster, I love getting to the toes :-D

      Thanks for popping past

      x

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    1. Hi Sarah,

      Thanks for coming past. I wasn't sure how the colour would turn out, it kinda looked totally different as a ball, but I am really happy with the outcome.

      x

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  3. Sock one for your daughter is very cute! I imagine she's bugging you to get the second one done, pronto!

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    1. Hi there,

      You are so right, she has asked me if she can't start wearing just the one till I am finished...LOL. I love it when your efforts get appreciated.

      Thanks for coming by.

      x

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  4. Very cute sock! Love the stripes. :)

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  5. Oh, those cables and stripes together, they're fabulous! I'd be snapping up the pattern in a heartbeat if I could knit.

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    1. Hi Kathleen,

      Socks are really easy, you should give it a go, you will be pleasantly surprised!

      Thanks for dropping by.

      x

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  6. Love the cable knit socks! They look great and the yarn is very pretty :) I just love knitting socks so i'm going to have to check out your pattern link. Happy knitting!

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    1. Hi Rosina,

      I must agree, I find that socks do kinda belong to the "almost instant gratification category". If you keep on at them you can manage a pair in one week!

      Thanks for visiting.

      x

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  7. The cabled socks look great, and the colorway is a great pairing.

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    1. Hi Marie,

      Thanks so much for coming past.

      x

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  8. i LOVE, LOVE, LOVE the photos at the top of your site. so peaceful. i think this must be my first time to your site, i think i would remember those photos! thanks for sharing your sock!

    :)
    jen

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    1. Hi Jen,

      I am so glad you came past.

      Thanks for the visit.

      x

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    1. Hi Erin,

      I am also happy with the colours, wasn't sure if I would like it when I started, but they turned out quite nicely :-D

      Thanks for visiting.

      x

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  10. Nice and colorful, this is really a lovely sock. No wonder she can't wait for the other.

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    1. Hi Carmela,

      Thanks for dropping by.

      x

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  11. I still haven'y ventured into knitting socks again but I should after seeing your gorgeous cabled ones!

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    1. Hi Kim,

      Thanks so much for visiting.

      x

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