Friday, November 18, 2005

Ready for winter...

I finally finished my sewing project just in time for the winter weather. And here it is...




I got the chance to wear it today, and it's really warm. I used denim for the outer shell and two layers of polar fleece inside. I also made matching mittens.

I started another pair of socks. These are made with Patons Classic Wool. It's worsted weight so I'm using size 6 needles.




I had to put the wheat colored socks on hold till I can get to the store to buy regular needles. The needles I started with are the ones I use while traveling. I prefer aluminum needles when doing socks and of course I can't find them. So, I will have to replace them. This is my first sock project with a hand wash only wool. I wonder if I'll remember to hand wash them??? Just how small do you think they would get if I put them in the washer and dryer??? I hope I never find out.

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