Just in case you think I haven’t been knitting…

I have!

I knit almost every day (although not until I’ve exercised; priorities, please) and have finished a whole whack of projects since the last time I blogged about them. In fact, as you’re reading this, I am probably sitting in the car (not driving, of course) and knitting happily away on a simple, plain vanilla sock. I call this my ‘traveling sock’, because it rides around in my handbag and gets pulled out whenever there’s a few minutes available to knit. (My grandmother used to say something about idle hands and the devil’s work; guess I took that lesson a bit too seriously!).

In no particular order (more details on my Ravelry projects page)…

Beaded heart to heart

Rose lace stole

Wandering the Moors shawl

Cathy's Retirement Shawl

Wispy cardigan

Fallberry mitts

I’ve a few more projects OTN (‘on the needles’) as well as a gorgeous new shawl that’s just been blocked but needs some photos.

What have my knitting friends been up to lately?

Anyone going to Sock Summit in Portland, July 27-31? Look for me; I’ll be there!

Looking for an inexpensive way to jump-start your journey to fitness and health? Join my online Bootcamp today! Get more info by clicking the image below.

Looking for an inexpensive way to jump-start your journey to fitness and health? Join my online Bootcamp today! Get more info by clicking the image below.

Comments

  1. oh my GOD you knit beatiful items!

    are there beads on the Rose Lace Stole? It looks like it.

    Lace drives me to distraction but despite the amount of knitting I do, it is rarely ever in peace and quiet.
    I always have knit projects on me so I can use up those quiet few minutes productively. I was raised with that idle hands saying too.

    have a great day!

    • Good eyes!
      I learned how to bead my knitting last summer and I can’t stop! My bead stash is growing as fast as my yarn stash; good thing beads are cheaper than yarn and take up less space…