The end of September already – and it definitely feels like a fall day. Cooler temps (which I love) but dark and overcast. At least it hasn’t started raining today….. yet. But an overcast day was what I needed to finally get a decent photo of this shawl which I finished last weekend.
It’s Summer Camp by Laura Aylor – the second one I’ve made. Great for using variegated yarn in and one of those patterns that you can knit until you use up nearly all your yarn. Great tv knitting project.
The two yarns in this were purchased in 2012 and 2013 so time I finally brought them out into the light of day.
I just have a couple rows left on the Red TGV shawlette I showed last week before I need to cast off so hopefully will finish that one off as well this weekend. The red cowl I showed last post has been gifted to a friend as a birthday present.
I cast on another simple cowl (they make great gifts so good to have a few in reserve) with some new yarn from TLE – Blue Moon Fiber Arts “Crackpaca” – it’s a merino, alpaca and silk blend and called “Crackpaca” because it’s “crack” for knitters — it feels so incredibly soft and I think will make a great feeling cowl. Although I want to start over on a slightly larger needle for this yarn.
check out what other knitter’s have on their needles a Judy’s On the Needles link up.