Happy holidays! Are you ready for Christmas? I’m getting there. I finished these cowls for my girls.
I made them with two strands of Cascade 128 yarn held together to make a super-bulky weight yarn.
They turned out super cute. I’m happy with them. I know the girls will be. I made 3 of these with only 2 skeins of the Cascade 128 yarn. One in each color, then the remainder used 1 skein of each color for the multicolor effect. I was able to make 2 of them in one day! An entire day of binge watching Netflix helped.
You can find the pattern Drop Stitch Cowl link on my Ravelry page.
Here is a picture of the first one I made several years ago. Lindy loves this, she wears it still and gets tons of compliments on it. It’s made from a more bulky weight yarn.
Two of my girls have already seen these so they know what’s coming.
I’m working on something new that I will share with you soon. Oh. It’s a good day to block my new blanket I just finished! It turned out beautiful.
Just found out that the yarn store, L & B Yarn Store, in Norman, OK is closing its doors. They are having 50% off everything in the store. I went yesterday, but they don’t open until noon, so I missed out.
This is a family from Texas that has adopted one of our Goldendoodles. This is my favorite part. I love being a part of creating a happy family. Of course, there are lots of things that go into making a happy family, but the family dog is important! This little pup is so cute! Looks like he made it to a great home. What a lucky little pup.
I’ve been working on a rather large blanket for my bedroom. I’ve got three balls of yarn left to finish, so hopefully that means it will be done this week. Pics soon.
Welcome to my yarn dying studio! I know, it’s my garage. I like to see it as my Yarn Studio! I’ve got the yarn ordered, the colors, and the equipment. Merry Christmas to me!
Any Outlander fans out here? This weeks show had plenty of knitting! The hunky hero, Jamie, knows how to knit! He knit his nephew a pair of socks. It also shows the beautiful heroine, Clair, knitting! The knits in this show have a following all themselves.
Luke came over yesterday and we worked together to get my yarn studio up and going. My husband accidentally shrunk his new little “Gramps Cardigan” top. His hat is also too small. I need to make a new cardigan and hat and some little gloves. It was a very pretty day, but as it started getting dark, got pretty cold. I improvised to make him a little hat with one of my scarfs. Hey, whatever works, right.
Tell me what you think about hand painted yarns. I like them, but they are so expensive. That’s why I’m starting this new adventure of painting yarn. Let me know what you think about them. Yes. No. What do you think would be better about them? I would like to know your opinions.