I'm still working on these socks and almost done, on the cuff now. And I don't know about you but it seems like the closer I get to the end of a project I start thinking about what to make next. Usually there a long list needing to be worked from and then I'll go to the yarn shop and I'll have more projects to add.
Heaven know I do not need more yarn, but I lose all will power and leave with more.
Did this time, so gorgeous tho.
Red Fish is Forbidden Wooley Babel,
Lime is Ella Rue Lace Merino
and the small skeins are
Wooly Wonka Ceridwen Soak
This time I came back with a pattern to use up some more of my stash too
This one is called "Fringeworthy" and was told it's a very easy.
I was given this yarn and will use it for this pattern. It does need to wash but I'm not sure if I should wash it first or afterwards.
What would you do?
I would like to know if you have had this issue and what worked for you.
Here is a link to the free pattern
Right now I'm listening to Dead Wake by Erik Larson
I'm over halfway done and finding it very interesting.
He not only tells about the story of the sinking of the Lusitania but all that lead up to it, the passengers, the German U boat that sunk it and the WWI that was happening across Europe.
If you like historical novels this is a good one.
Now I want to have it finished by this Friday cause Erik Larson will be speaking in Fayetteville AK. and I plan on going.
I'll let you know how it went.