I've completed the first part and have a few rows of the second section. I actually almost screwed up (or did a little but not big deal). I forgot that I was only supposed to do the first part for 5". Once I remembered (at knit group last night), I already had 5 1/2", but decided to go with it and just start the second section once I got the full 4 rows completed of the portion I was doing. I figured if I have to, I can just make the second section a little smaller since it's by inches as well (12"). No worries. I like the way it's turning out so far. It's funny to see it in picture form. I think the bright red and pink areas are way more prominent in the picture than they are in real life.
Candy Skein Yummy fingering, which I also updated in several other colors on Monday.
Sweet fingering section of the shop! All of these colorways are now available, from left to right starting at the top: Poppyseed, Foil Wrapper, Grape Soda, Tardis Tart and Watermelon.
All yarn shown (and listed as in stock on the website) is available to ship today!
That's it for me today. I hope you have a great rest of the week.
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I love the new colors especially grape soda. Next time I make a purchase I will definitely get a skein. :)ReplyDelete
that is some yummy looking yarn, in your herbivore and the new candyskein!!ReplyDelete
Beautiful yarn. A colour choice would be very difficult. have a nice day. RegulaReplyDelete
All of the yarn in your photos is stunning. That shawl will be breathtaking when it is finished!ReplyDelete
Your yarn is gorgeous that makes it a hard choice! Your shawl is looking fantastic.ReplyDelete
Beautiful yarn, the green looks very yummy:)ReplyDelete
I love the yarn!! Tardis tart is fab!!ReplyDelete
That shawl is looking amazing! That yarn looks beautiful too, I wish I could dye my own yarn!ReplyDelete
I love that green! It looks amazing!ReplyDelete
Oh that yarn is gorgeous. Now I have to start looking at my pattern queue vis-a-vis "Sugar Snap Pea". It's an awesome green :)ReplyDelete
Wow - awesome yarn you are knitting up there - it's going to look amazing!ReplyDelete
Loving the progress on your Herbivore. And such pretty new colors to tempt us!ReplyDelete
lovin' that Snap Pea!ReplyDelete
Still absolutely in love with that shawl and yarn!ReplyDelete
Gorgeous!!!! It looks like you're doing a beautiful job too. I love the yarn you're using and the pattern....awesome!ReplyDelete
Beautiful shawl...and Gahhh! I want that fingering yarn!ReplyDelete
Oh my goodness, so much delicious yarn!ReplyDelete
Oh I just LOVE your Sugar Snap Pea! That color is so rich :)ReplyDelete