WIP Wednesday: Fantasy Knitting

Currently I’m back working on the socks with the yarn I got in a swap ages ago. I’m nearly finished with the first sock and plan to cast on the second one within the day. The yarn is Knit Picks bare dyed by someone in the swap. I have really enjoyed knitting with the yarn and I’m sure I’ll enjoy wearing the socks just as much.

I am not working on Topeka at the moment since it is busy blocking! Of course the weather has turned humid so it’s drying very slowly. I’m really hoping I’ll be able to have it done by Friday. I am working on a little something else, something I really enjoy. I’m cruising Ravelry looking for my next project. There is something extra special about the next project, that abstract little idea, next project. It could be anything in any yarn. The possibilities are endless and that is a fantastic feeling.

If you’d like to read more WIP Wednesday posts be sure to visit Tami’s Amis blog.

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16 Responses to WIP Wednesday: Fantasy Knitting

  1. Ellen says:

    What a lovely colorway!


  2. Lovely looking sock you’ve got there 🙂

    I love browsing ravelry for inspiration. Have fun choosing your next project


  3. soknitsome says:

    Pretty sock 🙂


  4. YarnyDragonfly says:

    That yarn is gorgeous, squishy goodness! Have fun cruising for your next project – can’t wait to see what you come up with!


  5. Lisa says:

    Oh what lovely socks. And congrats on finishing up the sweater! I can’t wait to see it. And also your next projects.


  6. Renee Anne says:

    I love the socks 🙂 Also, put a box fan near your drying beauties for quicker drying (especially in the humidity).


  7. Marilyn says:

    Hope your sweater dries asap! A fan might help some…
    The sock looks lovely. It’s so hot right now but before we know it we’ll be needing those toasty warm wool socks! I kinda don’t want to think about that tho! o.0


  8. Whomever dyed that did a lovely job!


  9. What pretty colors…lucky you to get that in a swap. The sock looks lovely and very cushy


  10. Kepanie says:

    I love the pops of green in this colorway. It goes so well with the pink and sky blue. You have been on a roll with blogging :O).


  11. Janet says:

    Love your socks. Searching for the next special project is always fun. Can’t wait to see what you choose.


  12. Lovely sock, the person who dyed the yarn did a wonderful job.


  13. chrisknits says:

    Lovely, sweet yarn for socks. The problem is, I am planning for that next project before I am halfway done with the current projectS!!! Yes, I meant to capitalize the S. 3 active on the needles and desire to cast on more is strong.


  14. Beth Holt says:

    Worked up, that yarn is very pretty! They would be a threat to become my favorite pair of socks.


  15. Pat(ricia) says:

    Looking as wonderful as ever 🙂

    Ahh the mystery of the fantasy project in the imagination. Sometimes I think the hunt is just as intriguing as the project 😉


  16. Dot says:

    I’ve recently started knitting. Socks scare me.


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