Wednesday, June 15, 2011

New Yarn

I am in possession of a hank of yarn from Lorna's Laces Limited Edition for June 2011. Colorway is Unlimited Possibilities. The colors are so vibrant and just calls out or should I say shout? What do I make out of this? It is far too beautiful for socks. I'm undecided. Here's a picture of the yarn in question.
Available from Jimmy Beans Wool. Here's a link :

Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Lacy Farinelli Gloves

Another finished object from last year. Fingerless Farinelli Gloves by Ysolda Teague. Appeared in the Twist Collective Winter 2009 edition. This was a challenging project for me. I think this was my first attempt at a real lacy pattern.
And of course, I absolutely adore wearing them.

Tuesday, May 17, 2011

Monkey Socks

Monkey socks by Cookie A. Made with Lorna's Laces Shepherd Sock Multi, 80% Wool, 20% Nylon. Limited Edition for April 2011 to commemmorate the Royal Wedding of Prince William and Catherine Middleton.

Monday, May 16, 2011

Colourful Socks

This is one of the latest finished objects. A pair of socks, made in the eyelet pattern. Taiyo yarn from Noro, a blend of wool, cotton, silk and nylon. The colours are exquisite.

Yep, sock knitting is definitely addictive!

Friday, May 13, 2011


My blogging mind went on a long hibernation coinciding with the Wisconsin winter. Now that spring is here, I hope to keep this up more frequently. But I did manage to complete a few projects in the last few months. Here is one of my favourites. The Lacy-Leaves Tunic designed by Lorna Miser. It was published in the September issue of Creative Knitting.

Saturday, November 20, 2010

Vest for Hubby

Here's a picture of my serenity sock. The first sock is about 60% done and hopefully the pair will get completed by Christmas and maybe will be a nice gift for someone!

Last week I had picked up the yarn for the vest I wanted to make for dear hubby and did some work on it last weekend. It is being made with Comfort from Berroco Yarns. 50% Super Fine Nylon and 50% Super Fine Acrylic with size 8 and 9 Needles. 210 yards per skein. It is a super simple pattern from Carol Sulcoski which was on Here's the link to the pattern :
This is the first time I'm posting a link and hope it works.