08 August 2006
Last Friday or Saturday I finally organised myself to take pictures of my current knitting Works In Progress.

So, without further ado, here they are...

Striped Socks

Striped socks for my friend "Young Knitter". Just about an inch of foot and then the toe left to do.

8ply sock

8ply sock(s) for me using Shepard Colour 4 Me.

Baby jumper

Back and sleeve of a jumper for a 9mth old, using Bendigo Woollen Mills Machine Washable 8ply.

Opal Rainforest ~ Chameleon socks

Socks for me ~ Opal Rainforest Chameleon (from limedragon)

Yes, there's one glaring omission. My SamplerM project. I'm behind. Once I get the striped socks and the baby jumper done, I'm going to catch up. THEN I'll show you pictures :-)

So, whilst I have been busy, I have also been busy knitting. I thoroughly enjoyed this year's Tour de France (go Robbie!). I was able to get lots of knitting done whilst watching it each night.

More major sporting events please, I need more knitting time!

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  • What yarn is that you are using for the bright striped socks? I love it. Your WIP all look like they are well along the way to being done. They all look great.

    By Anonymous NattyChick, on 09 August, 2006  
  • Hi NC. Thanks! The striped yarn is Lana Grossa's "Fun & Stripes" #631. As I couldn't find it on the Lana Grossa site, I believe it might be discontinued. Maybe try Google?

    Since I took the photos, I've finished (in addition to YK's socks) the leg of the second Opal sock and I've started the front of the jumper (about 5 or 6 inches worth of length ~ I need to hurry up, so he can wear it whilst it's still winter LOL).

    By Blogger OzKnitter, on 09 August, 2006  
  • Ooh, you've got it goin' on! And these chameleon socks look terrific, everything does! : )

    By Blogger limedragon :-: Harriet, on 10 August, 2006  
  • Thanks LD! I'm really enjoying knitting them and can't wait to wear them.

    By Blogger OzKnitter, on 13 August, 2006  
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