I did finish my Mermaid socks, though.
I think they are, as my son would say, "chronic!"
Pattern: Mermaid from Cool Socks, Warm Feet by Lucy Neatby
Designer: Lucy Neatby
Yarn: Regia Ringel #5048 Clown
I have also finished up the right front of my daughter's "Bearly There" cardigan. I just need to duplicate stitch the bear and it'll be just sleeves and finishing to go. This should be done this week.
I have also been plugging along on my Feather & Fan shawl. Even though I'm 75% complete, I still have a long way to go. I'm also seriously thinking about over-dyeing this crappy colour. The more I work on it, the more it irritates me. I really don't know much about dyeing, so this is a plea to those out there that have dyeing experience to please help me out. I have access to Gaywool dyes. I guess I need help on what colour I should use. Since the deepest colour is the red, would a purple dye work well? Should I maybe use a blue? The wool is Knitpicks Shimmer; 70% Baby Alpaca, 30% Silk.
I also have the new Jordana Paige Knitter's Satchel!
My husband went into the Needle Emporium all by himself to buy it for me, while I waited in the car. Since we had several errands to run that day, this was the best way to get the bag without spending another 3 hours in the store, hemming and hawing at all eye-candy. Yes, I know it's blue and I said I wanted the grape colour. For some reason I took more of a fancy towards the blue. Go figure. I really do love this bag. It's quite roomy. It isn't for a large project, but it will fit a medium one. Thank you Julie. I'll be looking for you at the Frolic.
Sock yarn isn't my only weakness. I also have a weakness for handbags. So, now I'm also eyeballing this one.
Sometimes it's hard to be a knitter.
Keep On Knitting...