Wednesday, March 30, 2011
Oatmeal and Indigo
As for color charts, if you have sticky notes, then use them as your guide. They are cheap and they last for one pattern. Do not waste your money on the magnetic covered ribbons, they are a waste of time and money. I have no patience for them.
I used Peruvian Highland Wool for this hat. It is extremely soft and it is cheap. I love knitting with it and it holds up. If I don't spend a fortune on the yarn then I can pass the savings onto the consumer. :) You don't need to spend a fortune for absolutely wonderful yarns. I have learned this in my knitting career. If you know what you are looking for, you can find it for a reasonable price.
I am on the heel section of the sock I am knitting. I have turned the heel and I am about to pick up for the gusset. Always fun to turn the heel. It makes the rest of the sock go faster. This pair is a 7.5 ladies sock. I still haven't decided what price to list them at.
Posted by Laura Neal at 9:30 PM