Here it is, blocked and ready to go to its new owner, my Nanny C. I love everything about this, even the blocking, which I hadn't done before, wasn't as arduous as I thought. If you'd like, click the picture for the yarn / needle details. (I have a 2nd photo here).
I am making progress on a few KAL socks, "Dalarna" for Knitting on the Road KAL, "Snicket" (my re-written version) for the Fall Cable KAL, some pictures below. Detail of "Dalarna" is here.
The "Green Sock" and "Plain Winter" and "Miss Violet's Pink Ribbon" are coming along too, but not enough to put up a picture yet :) !
Poor Argosy scarf took a backseat this week, as I tried valiantly to get all these sock-alongs under control - ha!
I seem to have acquired a fantastical amount of yarn recently - quick disclaimer - all of the socks mentioned above are being done in stash yarn - this is a complete accident on my part, although I am a little proud to actually be using some of what I have! Some of the recent additions came my way due to my recent birthday, certainly justified, wouldn't you say?
Here is the Yarn Pr0n for this week:
My "De-lurking" win, isn't it wonderful? It came wrapped so beautifully. My Artyarns Supermerino from Sarah for the "Wicked" knitalong, and (only two of these are new), Brooklyn Handspun sock yarn.
I have some yarn and