It’s been cold in Seattle. Okay, not as cold as back East, but definitely chilly here for Seattle (mid thirties). EliSpot definitely thinks so. She burrowed herself under the down comforter for her afternoon nap. She’s not pleased that I disturbed her nap.
Ta Da … may I present to you … The Fuzzy Feet!
The pink one on the left with the fuzzy cuff is mine, and the grey with purple cuff is Martin’s. I haven’t had time to felt them yet. I’ll do that tonight or later this week.
I went to the Philosopher’s Wool workshop and saw all those wonderful sweaters up close. I tried on a few and touched a lot. What wonderful stuff. Eugene entertained us with his storytelling while Ann taught us how to weave in our fair isle stitches, steeks, getting over the fear of cutting into our knitting, and how to size and do the final fit on the sweaters — and how to resize.
It was a really fun workshop. We knitted along while they talked. We looked at all the colourways and all the different knit patterns. Unfortunately, my sinus headache got to the point where I couldn’t see straight at the end of the workshop. All I could do was keep knitting in order to concentrate on what Ann and Eugene were talking about (and to take my mind off of the headache). As soon as I stopped knitting, I had to leave. I barely got home. But not before I bought my kit (grin). Once home, I crawled into bed in a dark room for several hours before I felt human again.
It was a difficult decision, but this is the kit that I finally decided on … the Kilim Jacket in the Hollyberry Colorway. Oops, I mean “colourway.”
Socknitter’s CyberSock Class — 2 socks on 2 circulars update
I finished these a while back but haven’t taken the pictures. You can see them here.