Saturday, February 27, 2021

Signs of Spring and HELP ME!

 Not daffodils, not cute little birds, not baby bunnies--it is a bunch of wound up yarn for Spring knitting!

I don't have a lot of big plans on what to knit, but I did want to wind up some bright and happy yarns for spring knitting. All suggestions welcome!

These two pinks are from Blue Moon Fiber arts and I think will become the Hundred Acre woods shawl.
One skein of colorful rainbow yarn--ideas welcome!

This was a kit for the Hug Shot Cowl but now I think I want to do something else with it. What should I do?

One big beautiful skein of woolmeise in yellow, olive and black. Ideas welcome!

Some crazy colored Hawthorne yarn from Knit Picks. Ideas Welcome!


Mereknits said...

A post on beautiful yarn, what could be better? Good luck on your search for perfect projects.

kathy b said...

Oh you are so funny. I am doing the same thing. What do I want to cast on?
if I was casting in for socks, I'd try on of Val's Wandering patterns. They are complex but beautiful. Shhhhh don't tell. I nominated her in the MDK brackets for a sock pattern. :)
Take a look at the Fair Isle Ombre Headband in the min skeins book by Holly chayes. It is lovely and Id think you would wear it well.

Delighted Hands said...

What a great idea to get in the mood for Spring by planning a knitting project or two! I think all of these colors would play nicely in the one shawl, The Hundred Acre Woods !

Vera said...

Beautiful yarns - all of them! And, yes, the Hundred Acre Woods shawl will be so nice (very, very pretty pattern). I recommend Valerie's patten for socks too - try The Socks Are Lava - great pattern and free!!