This is Meghan’s adorable little baby sweater! She crocheted it from a personal pattern, and used Sirdar Country Classic Worsted yarn. We think it’s too sweet for words!
Our friend, Alison made these fabulous “anatomically correct” socks. Meaning each toe is shaped correctly to the toes on each foot, which means you have both a right and a left sock! Alison found some red darning thread was more than equal to the task of labelling each sock. If you’d like to try some …
This sweet little sweater and hat were knitted by Rena. She used DROPS Merino Extra Fine for the sweater, and some matching sock yarn for the hat. She topped it off with some adorable ice cream cone buttons.
since we had a Hunter project. This is his new sweater, self-designed and knitted with our Loop House “Alberta Beefy” yarn. Amazing, as usual!!
Check out this self designed toddler sweater by Norah. The 🦕 body section is a pocket, how cool is that?! We’d wear one of these! Knitted in Katia Concept Kashwool.
Linda crocheted a gorgeous shawl using our Loop House 80-20 Fingering weight yarn!! Beautiful!
Our finished object this week is Beth’s “Da Skaw” beret by Angela Irvine. Beth knitted it with our Loop House yarn. We hope we can take a picture of Beth sporting her beret after restrictions have lifted! The pattern is in the 2020 Shetland Wool Week Annual, which you can order right here: https://www.shetlandwoolweek.com/annual/
Rose crocheted this sweet blanket using approx. 250 grams of Sirdar “Replay” and the linen stitch, and her own personal pattern. She finished it off with the bobble shell edging stitch.
These are Julie’s beginning pieces of weaving on her new Ashford SampleIt loom. The black is three colours of wool which trick the eye to look like houndstooth from afar, and the other is rainbow colours of cotton. Thanks for letting us show them off, Julie, they are lovely!
This beauty is Julie’s modified Babette blanket by Kathy Merrick. Julie’s is crocheted mostly from DROPS Fabel. So gorgeous!!!