Monday, December 29, 2014

Tying Up Loose Ends

two wool vests - child's small
women's size 8 socks
 At the end of the year, I like to finish some projects that have been in the works for a while. Last week, I finished the second wool vest for a charity. Previous post with pattern and yarn information can be seen here.

women's size 9 socks
I'm still trying to reduce my sock yarn stash, but not making much progress. This pair was knit with Wisdom Yarns (Los Angeles #241). Socks in the first photo were knit from a scarf blank - it was a gift, so I don't know the specifics.

11 comments:

  1. I'm constantly amazed at how productive you are. As always, the projects turned out great!

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  2. I think sock yarn multiplies in the dark.

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  3. Just beautiful Nancy! You can use up sock yarn in a nice Trap scarf you know!

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  4. Good for you, I have many loose ends to tie up...but so be it! :)

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  5. The sweaters are so cute and the socks are great, especially the blue socks! I'm hoping to get a lot of sock knitting done in the New Year.

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  6. Those are cute vests!! Nice to 'try' to start the year with loose ends done:)

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  7. Thanks for the free pattern link and notations. I look forward to making this for Julien when he is a little older. Thank you also for a year of encouragement and friendship, it has meant a lot to me.

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  8. Those little vests are so sweet!

    Love the color on that last sock pair. Nothing better than a good stripey yarn!

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  9. Those purple vests are so cute! What great gifts for some fortunate children. You are a sock-knitting machine! I like the striped yarn too!

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