Wednesday, November 18, 2015

{11/365} YARN ALONG


Oh Wednesday or better known as Yarn Along day how I look forward to your weekly visit. I so enjoy looking at what other yarners are doing and reading. I have queued so many projects from Yarn Along on my Ravelry favorites. Books, so many amazing books to read and I have read several straight from reviews on Yarn Along.
Modern Natural Knitter is a new release. I have only glanced through it but it looks promising and chucked full of great information.
As for my knit, well I have been watching this for months on two blogs: Lori Times Five, [when is she going to start blogging again? Instagram is not enough]! and Lucy’s 365.
This is a VERY FUN knit and uses up yarn, [I think]. Scrap quilts are suppose to use up fabric but I swear I always seam to have more when done with a scrap quilt;-\
So I will see if I really use up much scrap yarn. It is a great knit…I’ve already said that haven’t I?
Check it out on Ravelry.
Join me over at SmallThings

9 comments:

karen said...

gorgeous knit on the needles and I love how it uses up odds and ends :)

Donna said...

What a great way to use scraps! I love Instagram but I do enjoy my blog so I try and keep up with both equally these days.

Caroline said...

Your colourwork is gorgeous!!

Lisa @ things here lately... said...

I always end up with a little more fabric when doing a scrap quilt...it seems I always need a little more of a particular fabric to finish it up! Haha! I would love to knit a Favorite Things Scarf one day. I love yours! *hugs* :)

EMMA said...

Your scarf is looking great. I'vé had one on thé needles for quite sometime, but I haven't worked on it in a whole.
I wish Lori would start blogging again too!

Amanda said...

That color work is AMAZING! I know what you mean about scraps. I like a scrappy looking quilt but when I just started quilting I had to buy SO much fabric to make it look scrappy.

Zauberflink said...

Oh, I've seen this at Loris Instagram - so yummy! I'm really looking forward to seeing how you go about it! It looks like soooo much fun :-)

CathieJ said...

I am looking forward to watching what yarns you use in that knit.

Will G said...

A very motivational post. I got all ready to start a My Favourite Things scarf, then wiped out when I balked at making decisions on patterns to include. If I didn't have so many distractions!
I could probably use the yarn along, though...

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