My faithful blog followers will know that every summer I do a virtual camp with The Loopy Ewe
a great on line shop but they also do brick and mortar in Colorado. Below is my June finish, for any knitters who may be interested I used the Hedgehog Fibres sock - wasn't that impressed with the yarn. It seemed over processed to me and felt like I was knitting with cotton. It behaved like cotton and wasn't springy like wool should be. I do love the color and it blocked out nice so it's a nice finish and I might use it for a gift. The pattern is Spindrift by Helen Stewart. I really like how she writes her patterns.
This is what I am working on for July. It is a mix of Woolen Boon Space Cowboy in the middle and two skeins of Spud and Chloe Fine on either side. I am doing Therapy by Laura Aylor. So far I really like the yarn and the pattern. Just have to keep hustling along, this one has more yardage than the June challenge.
We spent a long weekend in St Augustine Beach in June. It was a lovely but HOT weekend. Here is our view from the balcony. I never tire of that view and I don't know why we don't go to the beach more often for weekend getaways. The condo is much roomier than a hotel - that is probably why we don't.
I always bring WAY too many projects to work on but this time I limited myself to finishing the shawl above, some time enjoying my watermelon class piece and a Plum Street SAL with our EGA guild. OH and I did sneak in a new start on the WTNT Basketful of Summertime.
I'd love to hear what you have been up to this summer. So many of my favorite blogs are never updated any more and I feel like I've lost a good friend. Many of those "friends" post on FB but it's not the same as a good old newsy blog post. So if you used to write on a blog - why don't you take a minute to update it and let your blog friends know what you're up to. Until we meet again - have a wonderful summer!