10th of December – fibers on friday


I finished the second glove, it’s much easier on the second one, so I feel encouraged to continue knitting believing that it can only get better from here.
I also enjoyed knitting for FF, kept me focused and made me want to finish it in time.

My neck and feet feel rather cold, I wonder what’s next?

5 Responses to “10th of December – fibers on friday”

  1. curlsofred says:

    Love them. Can’t wait to see what you come up with next :)

  2. Skytimes says:

    Oh, I love them! Big fan of stripes… Would love to be able to knit, but considering I’ve just started an affair with my sowing machine, I better not get involved with something else right now.

    Go for it… can’t wait to see what’s next.


  3. Beth says:

    I’m really impressed, Ines! I mean, gloves? Pretty awesome! I think they’re just wonderful and thank you so much for pushing through for Fibers on Friday….you’re a doll. If you can do gloves, you can totally do socks. We should do a knit-along for socks!! Because to tell you the truth, I’m not a fan. But, I have a pattern I’d like to try. First I have to get this sweater for Afghans for Afghans finished….

  4. Lis says:

    oh my! Did you knit the stripes or was the yarn self striping? Because my first thought was “oh the ends she had to weave in!”

    I just finished a fun sweater for my daughter called “Drive Through” and the pattern is from Knit and Tonic blog. A cute (and super easy) faux fair isle yoked pullover or cardi.

    Socks are a lot of fun – I cannot wait to see what you do next! Beautiful work!
    xo Lis

    • forward tumble says:

      hey Lis, thanks for your comments, no the yarn doesn’t self strip and, yes, there is a lot of needle work after the knitting is finished :-P
      I’m working on sort of a cawl, not a scarf, I cant remember what they are called, it’s effectively a turtle neck without the jumper. I’m using up the same wool and wonder if there is enough left for a pair of socks once I’m finished with the piece I’m working on.
      Beth, let’s do a sock-athon over the holidays, ok?

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