These socks have been on my needles for a long time and that’s down to me forgetting to use the lilac on the heels, because I knew that the gray wouldn’t be enough otherwise. But I didn’t realise my error until the first sock was finished, so I started to look for the yarn and then to my horror found out it was discontinued!! I kept looking for some time, from 1st of October 2020 till i finally found it in a group on facebook 2nd of January 2021. So on 14th of February (Valentine Day) i finally finished them.
Yarn used: Mayflower 1 Class (grey) & Opal Needle: 2.50 mm Started: 4th June 2020 Finished: 14th February 2021 Pattern: n/a Designer: Kay F Jones
Now this I couldn’t resist to try out. I love Bullfinches and I want to learn colourwork knitting and fair Isle knitting. So I just had to give in and ordered the yarn in November 2020. I had other things already on my needles that I wanted to finishing first before I stuck into these beauties.
But now I have started them and so far so good. I just hope that I will manage to finish them, so wish me luck!
The first thing that I finished this year is The philosopher’s Cowl by Kay F Jones of the Podcast The Bakery Bears. It was a lovely and relaxing knit and all I need now to do is to block it. I used 10 different yarns to make this one And I think I might make another one at some time.
Yarn used: Fingering weight Needle: 2.25 mm Started: 31st of December 2020 Finished: 10th of January 2020 Pattern: The philosopher’s Cowl Designer: Kay F Jones
This knit has been fun but it has also been a bit of a struggle to find all the colours and the right amount of it. But now the spare bed has it’s blanket that my husband ordered for it. He sleeps here during the days when he’s working nights and also visitors uses it.
Yarn used: Fingering weight Needle: 2.25 mm Started: 18th of June 2020 Finished: 29th of December 2020 Pattern: Stitch In Time Designer: Kay F Jones
It’s finally finished and now on the blocking mat efter a good soak. I still think that I should have done it in all blues first from dark to light and then from light pink to the darkest. I just have to make another one because I have enough yarn left.