Thank you so much to everyone who has been in touch over the last couple of weeks, to everyone who has joined the Ravelry group and to the lovely people who have subscribed on YouTube.
I feel like this episode should come with a disclaimer. I tried to start it so many times without getting emotional but couldn't quite manage it..... just try to ignore it if you can. I lost my precious old man Brewski a week before Christmas. He has been my constant companion for 17 years, I miss him terribly and it seems I still can't talk about him without getting upset.
This week I have some works in progress to show you, some finished objects (one of which I now realise I have already showed you.... whoops), a couple of yarny acquisitions and I show you my non-yarn but still knitting related Christmas pressies.
Works in Progress
Interlude by Studio Kallio in The Wool Barn yarn. Bag by Fondant Fibre
Thank you so much to Deb from Fondant Fibre for the podcast prize donation!!
Campside by Alicia Plummer in Superfine Dk. Bag by A Homespun House
Taking part in the craft a long being hosted by Sophia from the Ichigo Abroad podcast in the Ichigo Abroad Podcast group.
Christmas Eve Socks with Fish Lips Kiss heel in Twisted Limone yarn and Opal and The Wool Barn for the heels and toes. Bag by me.
Thank you so much to everyone for joining in!
Pennycress Socks by Rachel Coopey in Regia Angora Merino
Monkeys (which I have just realised I showed you last time!) by Cookie A in Sara's Texture Crafts Sparkle Sock in the Woodland Rose colour way
Thrummed Mittens by Little Red Mitten also using this blog post by the Yarn Harlot for reference in Cascade 220 in Silver Heather and Merino and Stellina fibre from Sparkleduck
Lovely minis from Sara who has the Lovesockwool shop
2 self striping skeins from Nicole C Mendez
Namaste Harlowe bag in Raspberry
Up, Down, All Around by Wendy Bernard
Sock Architecture by Lara Neel
Tea Cosy Kal with Tilly Trout Knits
This is the tea cosy I couldn't explain!!
Do share your goals for 2015 in the episode thread in the Ravelry group if you would like to, I would love to read them.
Thank you so much for watching