The Husbeast Socks I am working on for Bob saw some progress. Although I finished the first sock today, I haven't taken a new pic. My last updated pic is just after turning the heel:
Then I got into wool soakers. It was so incredibly easy to whip these out!! I love them!! I made 2 in newborn/small size: plain/pink, skirted and embellished on the butt. I also made one in size medium, just to be prepared. :)
The trim on that last one was done with Patons SWS (Soy Wool Stripes) in Natural Violet. My friend Sheila picked me up a skein as a gift. I loved it so much!! I also made the baby hat from the One Skein book using the same skein:
This pattern is so simple, fast and adorable, that I started another one in Bernat Satin Solids:
I finished that one and will add a finished pic later. I decided to try my hand at making up a baby sweater pattern to match it, incorporating the Umbrella pattern from the One Skein hat. We'll see how that goes. If it comes out right, I'll offer that pattern on Ravelry.
I also decided to whip up a Gary the Gobbler dishcloth to gift to my mother-in-law when we go over there for Thanksgiving. I will have to take the time to block it though, looks very crooked here. LOL!
My final update is that I've decided to frog Juliet. I know, I know.... giving up so quickly after my initial excitement. However, I just don't have the patience to redo it. By the time I got to the row where I would be taking the sleeves off, I had a totally messed up stitch count. I'm not 100% sure how it happened. I'm pretty sure that between the head cold I had, the pregnancy brain and a bad weather week with the kids jumping up and down on my last exposed nerve........ well.... No worries, the yarn will not go to waste. I've decided, now that i have the bulky wool in the house, that one of the projects will be the felted clutch from One Skein. Perhaps a felted bowl, too. I also have a couple baby patterns in mind.... I love Ravelry.... full of patterns crying out to me! LOL!
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