Monday, August 22, 2016


( About two weeks ago I found the little heart shape stone)

I love it when you cast on for a sock and you get to the point where you can actually start knitting.


Needles: 2,5 mm, carbon, knit pro
Yarn: Drops/fabel

(I took this picture in 'Oudekerk aan de Amstel' this summer on a boat trip)


Wendy Caton Reed said...

I admire your knitting so much! My mother is left handed and she said she could not teach me to knit. Funny excuse, but somehow I never learned. I now trade quilts for sweaters with my sisters. Happy knitting!

Carla A Few Of My Favorite Things said...

I am working on a shawl that I had to restart three times. I too love when I finally get it right and can let the knitting begin! Bravo!

Phyllis said...

Daar begrijp ik dus niks van he.... dat beginnen met breien met zoveel naalden... abacadabra voor mij... vind het heel knap

frameless mind said...

Wat heb je dat mooi gedaan met die eerste foto. Stofje, stenen hartje, aren en je breiwerkje! Leuke combinatie!!

quilting Jeannet said...

Heerlijk een sok op de pennen, zo zennnn, ik heb ook net van de week nog bolletjes van Fabel gekocht, breit heel fijn op.Mooie naalden ook.

Madeline said...

I have a couple of those heart shaped stones that I found on a beach in Italy. I like to think that they carry a message.
By now your whole family must have lovely hand knitted socks. Lucky them!
The colours on that house are gorgeous. How about Storm grey green, Mellow mustard and Barn door red?
Take care Lucy.