Destashing!

I’m cleaning out my “yarn with no purpose” stash.  All the yarns below are up for sale on Destash!

Yarn: Mountain Colors Bearfoot

Color: Sweet Pea

Yarn: Noro Cashmere Island, 1 bag (10 skeins)

Color: #2 (blues, greens, and purples with a bit of red)

Yarn: Knitpicks Merino Style, 4 balls

Color: Moss

Yarn: Knitpicks Shine sport, 6 balls

Color: Grass

Yarn: Knitpicks Merino Style, 4 balls

Color: Asparagus

Yarn: Knitpicks Shine worsted, 6 balls

Color: wave

Yarn: Elsebeth Lavold Silky Wool

Color: 22

Yarn: Shelridge farms soft touch heather, 2 skeins

Color: fury (a heathered dark green)

Yarn: Malabrigo merino, 2 skeins

Color: Verde Azul (variegated blues and greens)

Note: These are not from the same dyelot. One is darker than the other. However, they are the same color, and could probably be used together.

Yarn: Cascade “Sassy stripes” sock yarn, 2 skeins

Color: 763
Note: I swatched with one skein, but it’s all there.

Yarn: Araucania nature wool, 1 skein

Color: rust

Cost: $5

Yarn: Brown Sheep Lamb’s Pride Bulky, 4 skeins

Color: oregano

Note: I have maybe another half skein, should you need it. It’s been frogged, which is why I’m not listing it for sale.

Yarn: Noro Silk Garden, 3 skeins

Color: 208 (greens)

Yarn: Knitpicks Wool of the Andes, 6 skeins (one has been swatched with and rewound.

Color: Hyacinth (very purple)

Yarn: Knitpicks Shine Worsted, 1 bag (10 skeins)

Color: Green Apple

Yarn: Knitpicks Andean Treasure, 4 skeins

Color: Granite

Yarn: Lorna’s Laces Shepherd Sport, 2 skeins

Color: Black purl and Violet

Yarn: Knitpicks shimmer, 3 skeins

Color: Turquoise Splendor

Yarn: Knitpicks shine sport, 9 skeins

Color: Silver sage

New sock in progress!

Last night Marc had a friend over for Scrabble, so while they played I started a new sock.

I know I said I was going to do the chevron pattern, but these are instead the “Welt fantastic” pattern from Sensational knitted socks without the… welts.  The pattern calls for purl rows, but I dislike the look so I’m just knitting those rows.  The great thing about this pattern is that out of the 12 pattern rows, 8 of them are plain knit, which makes for a really quick pattern.  The Austermann step yarn is fine so far – it’s very thin, and I can detect none of the jojoba oil it claims to have, but the colors are just gorgeous.

I finished the left front of the Jess sweater – my needles are on fire for this jacket!

I’m so happy that I don’t go back to work until next week, because I’m finally getting in some quality knitting (the early part of my vacation was so hectic!)

In a little while I’m going to post some yarn for sale.  I’ve spent the day going through my stash, and I think I’m ready for a bit of a cleanout.