Ever since I knit my first pair of Fuzzy Feet, I’ve wanted to knit a another pair.
I tweaked the pattern to make them higher (and warmer) and also adjusted the decreases to fit my clown feet.
They are nearly perfect:
Custom Fuzzy Feet
What: My 2nd pair of Fuzzy Feet, these ones are custom fitted
Yarn: Noro Kureyon , various amounts of colors 138, 102 and 166 (partial skeins of each)
Pattern: Fuzzy Feet
Lesson Learned: None.
Destination: My feet
For the past couple of months, I’ve been looking for a new rug for my kitchen. I haven’t been able to find the size or colors I was looking for.
So I knit one:
What: Kitchen Rug, 50″ x 50″, 67″ on the diagonal
Yarn: Lily Sugar ‘n Cream, 8 skeins each of Grape, Sage Green Soft Violet, Dark Pine and Ecru
Pattern: Log Cabin, 4 strands held throughout
Lesson Learned: None
Destination: My Kitchen
Kishka says, “It’s boring to watch you knit!”
Like every other Colorado blogger, I’ll blog about the blizzard. This is what it was like here for almost 48 hours:
What’s a girl to knit during a raging blizzard?
Fuzzy Feet, of course!
For this pair, I tweaked the pattern so they should be a custom fit. They’re currently spinning in the washing machine so I should be wearing them later today.
Once the storm stopped, I took the dogs outside to play.
This is Samantha, waiting for me to kick some snow (she loves to chase it):
And here’s Kishka, checking out the neighborhood (look, the sun is shining!):
Finally, here’s Max my snow dog. He loves snow more than any dog I’ve ever known:
Next up on the needles: finishing a huge project!