Knitting Projects I Actually Completed!
Remember when I posted the knitting projects I was inspired to start back in October…well, I finally finished a couple of them and added a few as well. I wanted to share them with you so you could see how beautifully they turned out in hopes they will inspire your next project. Like I mentioned in that earlier post I tend to gravitate towards simpler, chunky knit projects that move quickly and offer up a kind of instant gratification. I veered off my usual big yarn, big needle path to try knitting up some baby socks. Once I got the hang of them they are an absolute breeze to make and still give you that instant gratification thing seeing as they only take about an hour or two to make. That’s if you don’t get distracted by the million other things calling your attention. I haven’t devoted as much time as I’d like to knitting the last few months and I’ve been really feeling the call of the creative yarn art calling to me. I’d love any and all suggestions you fellow knitters out there might have for a few great, easy to travel with projects I could dive into! I’ll be on planes quite a bit the next month or so and always find that time, strapped in a seat with nowhere else to go and nothing else to do, a fantastic time to start a new project. For links to the Azel Pullover, the neck warmer and matching hat, and Little Man’s Harvard inspired sweater check out my post “What’s in My Knitting Basket This Month”.