Wednesday, April 17, 2013

Bright, Shiney, New

Project that is, after all the finishing lately I just had to start something new (maybe even more than one something?)
These pretty yarns were hanging out together in the stash and really wanted in on the action.
Neither yarn has a label attached so I am unsure what they might be but they do work together.
See...
First up there is a flat piece - well maybe not so flat!
Playing with design
I made two more granny squares yesterday, so I laid out the ones I have so far - a bit of a puzzle how these might fit together? I still have yarn to make more.
From The Granny Square Book by Margaret Hubert
I just couldn't resist and cast on another sock.
Two-Horse Hitch socks by Anne Podlesak
So far so good.
Joining the other yarn crafters over at yarn along this week.
Loving the cooler weather and the opportunity to wear some of my woollen socks.
Hope the sun is shining in your creative corner.

14 comments:

Maria said...

I just love to watch what you can create out of your gorgeous yarns.....

Tammy said...

The one on the right looks like it has mohair in it. Whatever you are creating looks mighty pretty. I love making granny squares. They are my next stash busting project for charity. Always love seeing the lovely socks you create. You must have socks for nearly every day of the year. Ha! Best wishes, Tammy

Lisa @ HappyinDoleValley said...

So many wonderful projects! enjoy!

Charlie and Wendy said...

Everything looks pretty, love all your granny squares!!

Hannah@HomeBaked said...

Aww your bobbly knitting is so much fun!

barb's creations said...

WOW you've been super busy with your knitting needles and your hook! Love the granny squares and the bobble knitting looks great :) Barb.

barb's creations said...
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barb's creations said...

WOW you've been super busy with your knitting needles and your hook! Love the granny squares and the bobble knitting looks great :) Barb.

Christine M said...

I love the blue with the bobbles (don't know what to call them). It is so effective.

Fiona said...

Those bobbles look so much fun and give it such added texture.... the granny squares all look great together...
Hguz

Shay said...

LOVE LOVE LOVE those granny squares. They look fabulous!

And the bobble project is lovely too. Those colours together look amazing!

QueenB said...

love the knitting, I too am looking forward to getting back to it after I put a couple of quilts together. Dreaming of finishing my vest for this winter.

katherine said...

Such beautiful knitting with the fluffy bobbles. Love those granny squares and looking forward to watching your socks progress. I've got my two started on the circular needles toe up which I have never done before and using that magic loop method. So far so good lol.

Uglemor said...

Granny squares come in so many shapes, patterns and colours, at least when they come from your needle. And the two different yarn in the first 2 pictures. My first thought was: "How is she going to fit those together without it looking terrible". You took me by surprise. It's terrific. How did you think of that?
You're a great knitter and crocheter.