Our finished objects for this week come to us courtesy of Penny. These two beauties are the “Binah Bokharan Kippah” hats, designed by Leslie S. Penny knitted hers using Noro. Amazing! https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/binah-bokharan-kippah—kufi—pillbox-hat
This is Jane’s Baa-ble hat. Designed by Donna Smith, who was the Patron of Shetland Wool Week in 2015, the pattern is now available for purchase. You can find it right here: https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/baa-ble-hat Jane knitted hers with DROPS Nepal, and finished it off with one of our faux fur pom poms.
Check out Susan’s Boyfriend Watch Cap by Churchmouse Yarns, she knitted it with Rowan Felted Tweed, and a lovely job she did too!
More mittens for our mitten tree, made by the lovely Ruth! Thank you so much, Ruth!
These are Jean’s awesome “Minecraft Socks!” Knitted with our very own Loop House Yarn 80/20 Fingering weight. The pattern is by Heather Cox, and you can find it right here!
It’s another Yakutat Hat by Kari Pedersen, knitted by Diana in our Loop Fine Merino Chunky yarn!
Every pair of hand knit socks is special, but there’s nothing like your first pair. These are Shelley’s first socks ever! Knitted with Lang Supersoxx Alpaca & we’re thrilled to share them with you! Awesome job, Shelley!
Brioche Cowl and Yakutat Hat (hat by Kari Pedersen) knitted by Diana, with our very own Loop House Fine Merino Chunky yarn. We love seeing what you make with our yarn!
Louise crocheted this sweet little beaver using “The Croft” by West Yorkshire Spinners. Isn’t he adorable!? Look at that little tail!
For our “Friday Finished Object” post this week, we wanted to showcase Yulia’s scarves. She wove them on her rigid heddle loom, and they are absolutely gorgeous!!