Wool on Sundays – 161 (Two Small Knits)

Welcome to another Wool on Sundays!

I’m afraid it’s not the most interesting as I’ve shown my recent finishes already but here they are anyway :)

You may remember that, last month, I was waiting for my local wool shop to phone with some more of the pink they had said they would order. After a week, I decided to get some online and after two weeks, having finished the cardigan but thinking I would use it for something else as they had been kind enough to order it, although I had still heard nothing from the local shop, I went in to see if it had arrived. An assistant investigated and found the order still hadn’t been placed. By now it was almost a month since my original visit to the local shop and they charge nearly double the online price so I know where I will order yarn in future!

Having finished those two knits, I decided to knit the blue jumper again in a larger size for the six year old soon-to-be-nephew of my daughter. I still have the sleeves and neckband to do but I’m not in a big rush to get this finished as I think it will be too big for now and, hopefully, the Summer is coming.

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The next Wool on Sundays will be on Sunday May 5th.

Janine @ Rainbow Hare

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7 thoughts on “Wool on Sundays – 161 (Two Small Knits)

  1. Kim Sharman says:

    Goodness me, it seems on-line is the way to go. The pink cardie is pretty and as for the chunky, blue aran….that has my heart beating a little faster.

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  2. Nanette says:

    Such a pretty shade of pink, but what a shame you local store can’t get their act together. I haven’t done any knitting for ages, but with autumn here, no humidity dur ing the day, and cooler nights, I’m thinking it’s time to pull my needles out.

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  3. Michelle Churchman says:

    You are inspiring me to pick up either a crochet hook or knitting needles again, though I’m not nearly as gifted as you are. I make jewelry and get a lot of satisfaction from it, but it lacks the relaxing rhythm of yarn work. Your pieces are fabulous!

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