Look! Knitting!

After getting caught out with no knitting while having to wait around for tow trucks the other day, one of the first things I did when we got home was go dig out a skein of yarn and cast on.

While most of my time has, unsurprisingly, been eaten up by house stuff, I have tried to take an hour or so each night to chill and do a little stitching. As a result…

TThe yarn is deep stash… it was missing the ball band, and I can’t remember the brand. I do recall that it was a handpainted yarn, the colours was called Butterscotch, and it’s sport weight… but beyond that, everything else is blank. The pattern is Oyster Ridge. It’s very easy – a four row repeat, and only one of those rows has pattern. It is, however, one of those patterns that looks better stretched out on a foot.

Such pretty little shells! I have the second one started, but it’s being set aside as travel knitting for now. I have a deadline project I have to get started on!

10 thoughts on “Look! Knitting!

  1. Araignee

    What a lovely pattern! Good for you being able to find some time to knit again. I bet it’s so hard to carve out time for yourself when there is so much to do.


  2. Oh, it’s good to see you knitting again even if only for a little bit! The sock is so pretty and the pattern looks like fun! Hope work goes well so you can have time and energy for the house again!


  3. Shirley Elliott

    That is such a beautiful sock! The pattern is wonderful (and appropriately named) and the color is so pretty. If it was fabric, I would call it a blender because it looks like it will go with almost everything. Yay for you getting some knitting time.


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