Wednesday, 30 July 2014

Yarn Along......a little bit of sock knitting.

Hello there, I hope you're having a good week. I've actually been knitting on my Calla Socks by Rachel Coopey this week, the pattern is from issue 4 of Pom Pom Quarterly, my favourite knitting magazine. I haven't knit on these for a while now but this week I picked them up and I'm very nearly at the toe. I'm using Artesano Definition sock yarn in Azure, I love the colour.

My Pebble Beach Shawlette by Helen Stewart is at the 50% point of the pattern, I need to work on this more this week to keep up with the KAL.

I might add some beads to my shawl, I've got these gorgeous grey beads that match, I will try adding them near the bottom of the shawl and see what it looks like.

On Friday afternoon whilst sitting in my garden under shady tree, I started this sweet tank top by Debbie Bliss. I had some yarn in my stash and wanted to knit something my soon to be grandson.

It was such a quick knit that I has it finished by Sunday, so I'll show you the finished item on Friday.

I also had a small amount of leftover yarn so knit a pair of bootees to match.

This week I'm reading In Broad Daylight by Seth Harwood, a fast paced, hard to put down thriller. Check out Tami's WIP Wednesday, Ginny's Yarn Along and Nicole's KCCO for more crafty WIPs.

I'll leave you with a few photos from our Saturday afternoon in Bewdley, a beautiful riverside town. The regatta was on so we sat by the river with a Pimms, live music and watched all the action.

Have a great week.

xxxxDebxxxx

 

12 comments:

eight by six said...

wow I love the socks and the colour is fab. Where did you get your knitting bag, is it Cath Kidson?

thesnailgarden said...

Gorgeous knitting as always! I love the way you can control the shading of the grey on your shawl with those mini skeins. Best wishes, Pj x

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

Loving the latest knitting projects and your photos from this weekend!!!!!

Martina said...

Those little booties...so adorable!

Melissa Marie said...

You always have beautiful yarn! Where do you get it?

Sarah said...

I love the idea for the beads and hope they turn out well! The little vest looks like it must be adorable too!

Evelyn Hender said...

I love shawls with beads, I think they help give the shawl weight and make it hang nicely. Very slow putting them in though!

Gorgeous socks :)

Kepanie said...

You visit the cutest places. How awesome trip hat so much mileage out of your yarn - baby jumper and booties. They look chic. I love your shawl. The sock colorway is fabulous.

Joy said...

Beautiful knitting once again Deb - love those socks, and baby bootees have always thrilled me to bits:)
Thank you for sharing your lovely pics, you always seem able to find good fun things to do and enjoy, keep up the good work:)
xoJoy

Ellen Penney said...

Your shawlette is lovely. The colour change looks divine. Those beads will add a great detail.

Jo said...

He is going to be a well dressed grandson Deb. Nice top. Jo x

elisabethandree said...

As usual you have interesting projects to see but the shawl is super beautiful!
Hope this week is wonderful for you too!

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