Do you have some knitting you need or want to get done?
Is there a project you are itching to cast on?
Do you just want to meander down a lazy river, working on one single project all summer?
Do you want to challenge yourself to tackle a new skill or a project that expand your current skills?
Is your basket of WIP’s about to overtake your house?
Did you make a resolution last January to gain control of the WIP’s in your life and since then the number of them increased rather than decreased?
Do you just need a Knitting Staycation with your stash?
Do you want to have some encouragement, laughter, and crafting fun?
It’s really something for everyone and it got me thinking about what I want to knit this summer. I’ve decided that it’s time to make a shawl from one (or both although I doubt that will actually happen) of the two gradient kits I bought from Woolen Rabbit in the last year or so.
There’s this one:
It’s called Singing the Blues and it’s Woolen Rabbit Essence. I like the blues. I also like that it’s all ready caked and ready to go.
And then there’s this one:
Silky Kashmir in a beautiful array of pinks. I like the pinks. I also like that it’s 75% cashmere and 25% silk. Hullo softness.
Two kits to choose from, though, is the least of my problem. My big problem? Picking a pattern.
I know that I have seen other shawls using gradient kits like this. And I know that I have lurved them. I just can’t, at this moment, remember what any of them are.
Help a knitter out, won’t you? Tell me what you would knit with one (or both) of these kits.