Hump Day Inspiration: Not Socks, Not Lace

Today’s featured photos come from the Not Socks, Not Lace! gallery. Also check out the Wild Animals gallery to see some of the friends Loopy has made with various wild animals this summer.

Not Socks, Not Lace - The Loopy Ewe

  1. Irene knit Edith Hat out of Wollmeise Pure in Die Auster and Wollmeise Twin in Natural
  2. Carrie knit Zuni Shawl out of Madelinetosh Pashmina in Cloak and Terra
  3. Catherine knit Vasily out of Cascade Superwash Sport in 815 Black, 1946 Silver Grey, and 811 Como Blue
  4. Sheila knit Jade Lee Seamless Slippers out of Malabrigo Rios in Primavera
  5. Lisa knit Echoes of Color out of Kauni Wool 8/2 Effektgarn in EU (160)
  6. Suzi knit Drachenschwanz out of Zauberball Crazy Socks in (1537) Autumn Sun
  7. Marita knit Bella Roma out of Madelinetosh Vintage in Alizarin
  8. Catherine knit Rose’s Wrist Warmers out of Shalimar Breathless DK in Sonoma
  9. Nami knit and felted Picnic Bag out of Cascade 220 in 2436 Mimosa, 2430 Spring Night, 2403 Chocolate, and 2434 Satine

What projects are you working on this weekend? Let us know!

~Sheri and the Loopy Elves

3 comments

  1. Good Question…. I’m currently working on my Camp #3 project – “Bees to Honey.” However I have 2 bigger, probably more important, projects to complete. 1: My stash and knit room HAS to get organized. Its out of hand. 2: I need to put together a “knit kit” for our cabin. I don’t want to keep hauling needles, yarn, notions etc…We are at our cabin 3x’s a month. It would be nice to have a small notions bag and 1 or 2 projects that can just be “cabin knits.” Easy items that don’t require too much concentration. I’m thinking a blanket, placemats & easy scarf/shawl. Any suggestions?

    1. I think having a Knit Kit there makes a lot of sense. One less thing to pack! And you want the projects to be easy so you don’t have to spend time trying to figure out where you left how. I love Martina Behm’s patterns, most of which are ones you can knit without a lot of thinking (making them great for knitting in groups, or picking up and continuing on them even if you haven’t worked on them in a few weeks. Also – extremely wearable.) Hitchhiker, Trillian, Nuvem – all are easy projects to have on hand. Lots of garter stitch. If you need something that is not all garter, then maybe That Nice Stitch Cowl/Scarf, or Multnomah, Ananke, Mizzle, or Favorite Scarf Ever.

  2. I am working on my Blackberry Boatneck sweater…Marly Bird just put it out on Ravelry for free!!!! Saw it at Fling IRL and loved it! I am using Socks that Rock Marine Silk. Gotta keep the ocean safari theme going!!!! 🙂

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