Cladonia & Other (Gradient) Yarn Projects
I'm in between knit-along projects right now, so I've decided to start this:
It's Cladonia by Kirsten Kapur and I'm using one skein of Pebble Sock in Beach Glass and one Pebble Sock Gradient Yarn kit in Sheaf. I'll be doing a larger version of the pattern so I can use up a bit more yarn, but I may have to do the math as I go on how many repeats of each gradient shade to knit.
One of my other projects is to finalize a pattern I've had in the works for nearly a year using my Pebble Worsted.
Cables AND stranded colorwork. I love it. I have it all pretty much worked out with the exception of a couple of finishing details, so hopefully I'll be able to announce it soon.
One of the things I would really like to do is have lots of my regular colors dyed up on 100g skeins and put up a whole collection now that we have this shiny new website. In fact, I have quite a bit of Pebble Sock dyed up, just waiting to have its picture taken. It's the other base yarns, and my schedule, that present a challenge. Having both my kiddos back in school makes more, work, not less. So if you care about such things, know that there are always plans for more yarn.
I have one last photo to share, of a project-to-be:
My copy of Shifted Shades and the yarn I plan to use for it, Lilt Sock Gradient Yarn in Yggdrasil. I'm so excited, and I have to wait two whole weeks to cast on. Want to knit along with me?