Three days into the new year and already I’m hankerin’ for some new yarn? It’s a disease, I tell ya. After finishing the Urban Aran, I’m really into Elann Highland Chunky. It’s really quite soft, especially after a wash, but still feels substantial enough to hold up to lots of wear. I’m thisclose to ordering some dark indigo or oxford grey heather. I’ve got some vouchers from buying a book from them, good for a couple bucks off a $25 yarn order (obviously that’d be no problem!). While I’m shopping, I may as well throw in some Baby Cashmere, too…hmmm…somebody stop me!

Anyway, onto some plans for projects in the new year –

1) Nordic Memories, of course – I’m working away on it, and am almost up to the cap shaping of the first sleeve.

2) Nordic Mittens, from Interweave Knits Winter 2005 – with Knitpicks Palette

3) perhaps one other chunky sweater (ie. Highland Chunky!). This one, also from Patons (I think the sweaters I like from them are from much older booklets!) is quite nice:

4) A lightly cabled cardigan out of Shelridge Farms W4 that I bought from the Kitchener-Waterloo shindig back in September. Will probably end up being self-designed, unless I see something really cool somewhere.

5) A fitted, retro-style cardigan out of the Supermerino from this post. I’ve already got a sketch and am totally excited!

6) A shawl out of handspun. More projects out of handspun, really – that or start selling some of it!

7) Always lots of socks!

I’ve got a busy knitting schedule ahead!

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8 Responses to “pangs and plans”

  1. Jenn

    I know what you mean…I try to ask myself why I should be so excited about a new year, like it really makes some difference in my knitting projects (except, gives me more time for Christmas gifts, har har).

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  2. Stacey

    Which Patons booklet is that pullover out of – I LOVE it! I’m also getting some chunky to do the Urban with….just have to decide what color!

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  3. Krista Jo

    Mm, I love that pattern! It was one of the first sweaters I ever made. I did it in red, just used the cheap yarn called for, which actually has held up surprisingly well.

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  4. Purly Whites

    I just finished up some stranded socks in the elann baby cashmere and they are AWESOME. I highly recommend the yarn for socks. The yarn isn’t the most substantial, but it is incredibly soft and comfy.

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  5. Stacey

    Ok, you’re killing me. I have to know which pattern booklet that is from. It’s gorgeous! *smile* I just got my booklet for the Urban Aran today, swatching with commence! haha!

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