FOs and a WIP
It has been a big week here at Molecular Knitting. As I reported in my last post, the La Gran cardigan is done. But did I stop there? No siree! I only had a half dozen or so purple necklaces to go with said lilac La Gran. So I had to make another one.
This necklace took some planning to get everything lined up properly so it didn’t look oppy. Natasha, our lab’s fashionista, covets the necklace and the La Gran cardigan, so I consider them successes.
I also made a lapis lazuli bracelet for Trek, the winner of my birthday contest. Trek said cobalt blue was her favorite color, and the lapis was close (plus it was the same hue as the blue in the CTH sock yarn she won).
In knitting FOs, I finished the Fleece Artist Merino socks in Paris for my MIL for Christmas. I love Fleece Artist merino sock yarn. It is velvety and the colors are really rich (and don’t pool much or at all in most colorways).
What with all the FOs, I had start start a new WIP (some previous WIPs ran into insurmountable difficulties and will not become FOs, but that’s for a different post). I started the Fiber Trends Landscape Shawl in CTH supersock in Green Mountain Madness. The colors are fantastic and I am totally enthralled with knitting this shawl. I understand Evelyn A. Clark’s extremely well-written pattern perfectly, so it is a joy to knit.
Those are picots decorating the edge of the shawl. I can knit picots!
I’ve made it into the seed stitch chevron.
All these pictures of the shawl make me want to knit! I hope all of you are having a great week!