Saturday, May 29, 2010

Wavy Lace Rib Toe-Up Socks

This is my latest sock pattern. I named it "Wavy Lace Rib" and the pattern can be found here.
This is a very easy pattern to do, and easy to memorize. I love this pattern. I will for sure make this pattern again!
I used Cascade Fixation yarn for these socks.

Monday, May 24, 2010

Mountain Laurel Toe Up Socks

I finished another pair of socks today. I named them "Mountain Laurel Toe Up Socks".
You can find the pattern here.
I really like these socks. The yarn is Debra Norville and it's very, very soft!!
I like the pattern also as it's very easy to memorize.
I had fun writing up this pattern.

Saturday, May 22, 2010


Each of these watercolors is on approx 7" x 11" of 300 lb watercolor paper.
It's been fun painting again! :)
They are ready to be mounted and framed.

I am also working on another pair of socks. I will have them finished and the pattern up and ready in a few days.

It's a gloomy, rainy day here. I think I'll go knit for awhile. :)

Thursday, May 20, 2010

Shells and Eyelets Toe-up socks

I finished these socks this past week.
They are my Shells and Eyelets Toe-up Socks
and the pattern can be found here.
I am working on another new sock pattern now.

Tuesday, May 11, 2010

Twisted Rib Stitch Toe Up Socks

It's been over a month since I last posted to my blog.
Losing Sassy was hard, but we are healing. I sure do miss that little girl, though. The house is awfully lonely without her following me around and watching over me. :)

I finished these socks the end of March, but didn't get them photographed or the pattern written out until now. I named them "Twisted Rib Stitch Toe-Up Socks" and they are a very simple pattern to make, and I really like the way they turned out. You can find the pattern here.

During the month of April I spent all of my knitting time making little burial gowns for preemie babies for the funeral home here. Yesterday I gave them to the funeral home. I had 5 gowns with caps and booties made up for them, plus a little cocoon. Joyce also made a cocoon for them. We are excited about our preemie funeral home ministry, as the funeral home here serves about 6 or 7 different towns in our area.