Monday, May 12, 2008

There Has Been Knitting Too :-)

You are all lovely :-) and Rob says thank you too.

There has been knitting too recently to keep me out of mischief. These are Razor Shell Socks by Miriam L. Felton. The pattern is a free pattern, and I love it to bits. They took me eight days, from May 1st to May 8th, which is pretty blooming good for me with socks.

Razor Shell Socks

Yarn: Bonny ( Yarn Yard Sock Yarn )

Shade: Bloom

Needles: 2.5mm Clover Takumi dpns







And yet more Cranford Mitts. First up is a pair made for Anni in a recent Spring Santa swap.

And the reverse pair, a birthday present for mum


And the reverse of my first pair, knitted for my friend Yvonne's mum. All knitted using Yarn Yard Hug yarn, which is a merino yarn and it's fabulous.


And finally - can you tell what it is yet .........................................



7 comments:

LadybirdLinz (:i:) said...

Those socks are gorgeous (think i'll have to make some of these for me - i'm fed up of making socks for everyone at the mo lol)
I really like the Cranfords done in the opposite colours, they kind of remind me of those friendship best friends things where you keep one half and pass on the other - cool.

As for the shawl...I was going to out on a limb and say Kiri ;) :P

ambermoggie said...

fabulous socks and love the knits:) Is it another FCS?

kathryn said...

I love the Razor Shell pattern and I particularly like it in that yarn. It's lovely the way it diagonalises.

Auntie Noo said...

Look at you with another pair of socks!! LOL They are gorgeous.

Aknita said...

Oh Linz if only it was! I WILL make Kiri one day I promise ;-)

It's another FCS, again in Yarnyard Yarn, I just love the colours.

I am so pleased with the socks though. I just knew the yarn and pattern would be compatible so to speak, and I was right!

Queen of the froggers said...

I love your socks and thats a nice yarn for the latest FCS. You should make a swallowtail shawl as it is a nice quick one. I am glad things are looking better now and life is in perspective. x

dreamcatcher said...

Ooh I really love the socks, the yarn is gorgeous! Lovely Cranfords too.

I really wouldn't like to begin to take a guess at the shawl though :-)