chunky, bulky, FAST knitting has overcome me once again. I go through these cycles, as I am guessing you do too, where all my knitting projects converge or conspire and take on a certain sameness that makes me not want to knit any of them.
I haven’t touched this in a month. Since my last blog post, in fact.
There has been some progress on this.
I think the sameness factor here is yarn thickness. Hmmmm. Two are lace projects…maybe that’s it. Maybe I’m just plain bored. It happens.
To remedy this situation I knit this up in two days! Yeah! I made it with Patons Classic Wool Roving and some of my laceweight handspun in a broken rib stitch.
More hemp has been spun…pretty thin stuff, though. I railed against thin spinning as well! I had enough of it, so I spun these:
Fresh off the bobbin, too.
Look at the difference between the hemp yarn and the bulky gray and black. So refreshing!
I’m looking forward to knitting them up into something as soon as they are done soaking and dry enough to handle! :)
Thanks for reading this far.