(k)need for knitting

Just because I’m typing it, it will be 100 by the end of the week. I know it. But things have finally cooled off a bit. That makes me want to start playing with yarn again, and in fact, I picked up my knitting needles last week. Last year I started on a couple of projects to try and teach myself how to knit – the most successful being the honey cowl. And I’ve made some progress on it which is building my confidence.

Honey Cowl Progress

And then a friend posted her list of things to knit for the winter. Oh my. I felt really inspired and went and revisited my yarn pinterest board. Isn’t this top beautiful? Maybe someday my knitting skills will be up to par.


Something simpler? That yarn looks really fine which makes me nervous. But how cute are those color blocked arm warmers.

Source: purlbee.com via Beth on Pinterest


Can you even stand those scallops? I love those colors.

Source: hollaknits.com via Beth on Pinterest


And I would love to make a little something for the boy. This sweater totally caught my eye to the point that I went out and bought some yarn for it. I’ve been practicing my stitches on the fingerling weight yarn and I’m not very good with such a fine weight. Yet. More practice is needed. And the pattern is in Dannish. . . but with the power of Google translate . . . and my friend to help me knit through, you may see something that looks like a garment come off my needles, hoping by the end of the year.

Source: ravelry.com via Beth on Pinterest


Of course, I can’t get away without doing some crochet. I bought the pattern for these leg warmers awhile back and will be hooking them up soon. They look pretty simple to do and I’m looking forward to having some fun colors peeking out of my boot tops!

Source: etsy.com via Beth on Pinterest

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5 Comments (k)need for knitting

  1. Jenny Smith October 11, 2012 at 10:32 am

    Moo-hoo-ha-ha! Come to the dark side, we have two sticks instead of just one hook.

    1. Elizabeth October 11, 2012 at 10:40 am

      Can I be on both sides? I like them both!!

  2. Amanda October 11, 2012 at 11:10 am

    Awesome — I love that honey cowl!! It is one of my favorite knits I did last year too. I think it is funny how we all interpret the “cooler” weather the same…this weekend, curled up next to the fireplace, I pulled my own sticks out and started a knitting project too. ha ha! Great minds! I even took a pic and have a draft post written up…now I just need to hit publish! Oh, and get back to the actual knitting. 😉

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