I did not leave the Black Sheep Gathering last weekend empty-handed. The festival only comes around once a year and it is the best opportunity I have to get wonderful unique fiber. So I plan to find something special to keep me busy until the next Black Sheep Gathering. I was really inspired by the colorplay of Miryha Runnerstrom’s 2-ply yarn. Continue reading
When I last posted my progress on my Noro socks I had finished the heel flap. Now it is time to turn the heel of one sock at a time. Continue reading
As you can see, my 2 socks on 2 circular needles are at the heel flap. Continue reading
As a craftsperson, sometimes a project jumps into your workbasket. The creative process is often mysterious and tends to have a life of its own, and I would not have it any other way. I must admit, I do make an effort to rein it in.
Overstimulation is a very real problem that we all have to grapple with. But live dangerously we must! Yes, I love carrying a project through to completion, but often I take side roads to this destination by indulging in a moment of inspiration. For me this creative generosity seems to feed my creative spirit, giving me more energy. Continue reading
I have been knitting two socks on two circular needles in a cotton blend singles yarn. At the end of this post, I have listed two online tutorials that I found for learning the details of this method. Continue reading
I just finished the socks that I showed you several weeks ago. I have enjoyed knitting with this wool and cotton colorway from Online. Continue reading