While organizing my WIP's yesterday, I decided to dive into the stash to do a little planning for my fall & winter knitting. Here are the contenders:
Okay, I just bought this yesterday so it's really isn't from the stash, per se. This one deserves a close up:
This is Plymouth's Alpaca Boucle which I purchased at Perfect Touch Yarns. It's 90% alpaca / 10% nylon and it's super cheap! $5 per ball. I got 6 to make a sweater for Maddie. It knits up on US 10 1/2's so it should be a quick knit. I'm going to design the pattern myself.
Here's some Jaeger Chamonix that I bought ages ago. I started a sweater, lost 50lbs, and abandoned the now too large project. I just found this pattern:
I completely forgot about this pattern and have been searching for something to make with this yarn. Yesterday when looking through a pile of patterns, I spotted it. This may have been one of those free Rowan patterns you get when you subscribe. Now, the only problem is that I'm not all that fond of the color of this yarn. Dare I dye the finished garment? Suggestions?
Here's the yarn for Besseggen, which I am going to make for Pete. I'm going to try to wait until I finish Ingeborg to cast on for this sweater, but I may not have the patience!
And finally, here is the sock yarn that Pete chose last time we were at ThreadBear. After I finish up my 2 pairs of socks-in-progress I'll start these.
Well, that's the plan. I'm sure it will change and morph before I'm even halfway through the autumn, but at least I feel organized today.