After realising how many odds and sods I had on the needles last blog post, I dug in and managed to finish 4 of the 5 that I committed to, and it's not yet a month past! I think I'm doing well.
First off the needles was a yoke neck sweater. A tiny little thing, probably a size 2. It has no intended home, and was really just an experiment to see how far that 100g skein would stretch. I don't even have a picture to share, you'll just have to trust me that it is very cute and is now tucked away awaiting a new owner.
Secondly were the awesome Ornette socks. Knit in Wollmeise 100% in Safran, these were complex, yet highly intuitive - Cookie A is a sock-designing genius, and of course the colours of Wollmeise cannot be beaten (even if you don't like yellow, you can't deny the colours of these is stunning!)
Thirdly were my knee-high socks, which were began way back in May. These were a labour of love and I'm glad they're finished, even though I probably won't be able to wear them for another 6 months!
Lastly is the Bramblewood vest, which is lovely and warm and snuggly and I sweltered in it today to bring you these pics (34 degrees C and I'm wearing wool, and I'm not looking happy)In all the excitement of finishing 2 pairs of socks, I have cast on another 3 pairs - hopefully I'll have all these finished by next months blog post!