Sunday, July 21, 2013

Sewing Knitting and Hooking...

all got a look in at my place.
After finishing the knitting on the back of the pink tunic I sewed the shoulders together and finished the neck opening - too easy.
There was some work on the second Free sock - almost there, just the toe to complete,
and sewing the toe of the first sock.
At craft night this week there was a bag of yarn needing a new home - no I didn't resist even though it is mostly this very thick chenille yarn which I am not good at knitting, but there's always a possibility of a little hooking. I couldn't resist the temptation last night and got a ball out for a bit of a play. So far so good. While there are lots of balls of this yarn they're not long so it should be used up real soon.
Hope your Friday night was productive.

11 comments:

Heather said...

Looks like you have had a busy time with all the wool work. Love those socks.

Shay said...

I love the feel of chenille yarn...but Ive never attempted to knit with it.

It's all looking so pretty. That sock is a work of art!

Fiona said...

that sock looks so complicated and so effective...

Hugz

marina said...

your socks are amazing.
the chenille yarn looks very snuggly.
happy hooking.

Christine M said...

Looks like you had a productive night. The chenille yarn must be so soft!

nicole said...

Good luck with the sleeves!
Can't wait to see what you're crocheting with the chenille!
Xo

Deb R said...

I need to learn how to knit socks!

Charlie and Wendy said...

It all looks lovely as usual :)

katherine said...

SOme fab work there. Love those socks! Going to have to try some fairisle socks one day.

Mary Ann said...

Great job on many projects!

Anthea said...

Great crochet there... you make it look so easy!! Anthea