Thursday, October 15, 2009

The Needles and Hooks are Working Feverishly!

Hello Blogger friends. The weather here Virginia is changing quickly and this week the temperature has been dropping and we are getting rain. Add those two together and you have the perfect conditions for knitting and crocheting up a storm! My needles have been clacking away and I have added a few new scarves to my Etsy shop. I have become addicted to thick, chunky, and bulky yarn lately. I absolutely love the way it feels in my hand and when you use those oversized hooks and needles you get the most delightfully textured lovelies. They are airy and thick all at the same time....like being wrapped in Love ;-)
Come take a peek.................


This Plum beauty is my newest 

                                              
Green and Blue are one of my favorite color combinations

                                          
Sold this one to a lovely lady in Canada...lucky girl
                                          
Sold this to a very thoughtful Martian ...you know who you are...
                                            
Knitted this with denim on my mind..this would be great with jeans and boots this winter
                                               
Super soft mix of Lemon yellow and jewel tones of blue, eggplant, gold and brown..added a little scalloped edge.
I decided not to leave the guys out of the fashion loop. I will be knitting up some great scarves for you men also. Well until next time...be kind and stay creative ( and warm ) !

5 comments:

PG said...

Golly Janet, you are a one woman knitting machine! How do you get so much done? (knitting bores me to tears...) Love the red one.

COUNTRY MOM said...

What beautiful scarves... I love that you wrote "wrapped in Love". Love all the great things you make. Have a great weekend. Blessings,

Fifi Flowers said...

THose are VERY pretty!!! FAB work!!!

Tweed Delights said...

These are fabulous Janet! I agree, I love the texture you get from using large hooks/needles - very rich-looking :) Makes me feel cosy all over!

audreyscountrycrafts said...

Those are wonderful!! Winter is coming, time to start thinking about being warm. Last year I bought some wool and my 93 year old Grandma knit me a scarf (she is also blind). I will cherish it always!