Hump Day Inspiration: Fingering Weight

Today’s inspiration is fingering weight! We love its versatility. You can make socks, shawls, sweaters, hats, scarves, cowls, and lots more.

Fingering Weight Inspiration - The Loopy Ewe

  1. Karen knit Glitz at the Ritz out of Dream in Color Smooshy with Cashmere in Chili
  2. Marina knit Featherweight Cardigan out of Sweet Georgia Tough Love in Riptide and Tumbled Stone
  3. Nancy knit Hitchhiker out of Into the Whirled Pakokku Handpainted in Mercy Hartigan
  4. Emily knit Elowen Shawl out of Madelinetosh Tosh Merino Light in Duchess and Composition Book Grey
  5. Lainey knit Cadence Socks out of Malabrigo Sock in Persia
  6. Patricia knit Green Line to Ashland out of Lorna’s Laces Solemate in The Bean and Navy Pier
  7. Maureen knit Simplicity out of Manos del Uruguay Alegria in Ceibo
  8. Teresa knit Miyake out of Meadowcroft Dyeworks Rockshelter Sock in Fire Pit
  9. Jo knit Loop out of Western Sky Knits Aspen Sock with Nylon in Deep Blue and Madeline

What’s one of your favorite¬†fingering weight yarns? Or is it too hard to pick??

~Sheri and the Loopy Elves

2 comments

  1. I love your inspiration blogs! I end up with a list of patterns I want to try every time. This time the Elowen Shawl really got my fingers itching. My friends and I come to Colorado every June from AZ for the Estes Park Wool Festival, but the first place we hit from from the airport Is Loopy Ewe…sets up the tone for the entire the week for us! We learned a few years ago that we need to come in with a plan for at least one project and get the yarn from you(plus a heck of a lot more stuff) and that is our week’s project on our Colorado Holiday…the Elowen Shawl will be mine this year. Thanks!

    Oh and one of my favorite yarns is Socks that Rock.

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