FO :: Herbivore Shawl/Scarf and some socks ::

Herbivore scarf and brand new Crocs

Herbivore scarf and brand new Crocs

In einem Anflug von Tuchwahnsinn MUSSTE ich die Anleitung für den Herbivore scarf einfach kaufen und praktisch SOFORT anstricken. Ich bin für alles zu haben, das lediglich 100 g Sockenwolle verbraucht und außerdem, Schals/Tücher kann man immer brauchen. Aus dem Anstricken ist dann kurzerhand ein „kann ich nicht aus der Hand legen“-Projekt geworden und das Tuch wurde innerhalb von nur vier Tagen fertig.

Herbivore scarf

Herbivore scarf

Do I need more shawls? Mhm, probably not. Then again, can you ever have enough shawls? Probably not. I knew I had to buy and knit this small shawl as soon as I saw the pictures of test knits popping up on Ravelry. I’m a sucker for shawls and patterns that call for only one 100 grams skein of sock yarn. I hit the buy button as soon as the pattern was released and cast on in a matter of hours after that. The whole thing knitted up really fast in a matter of days.

Details
Pattern: Herbivore by Steven West
Yarn: Uschi Strumpfwolle Universal (75% wool, 25% nylon; 410 m/100 grams)
Needle: 3.75 mm

Noro mini socks - with stripes

Noro mini socks – with stripes, of course

Die kleine Maus will ständig Socken anprobieren, die ich noch auf den Nadeln habe und lässt sich nur schwer überzeugen, dass Größe 42 vielleicht ein ganz klein wenig zu groß für ihre Füße sein könnte. Da dachte ich, stricke ich doch wieder mal kleine Socken. Außerdem wird es ja jetzt bald wieder Winter und kann man Wollsocken schon mal brauchen.

Little Girl seems totally fascinated by my sock knitting and is constantly trying on my half-finished socks. Can’t convince her that a size 11 might be a tad too big for her. So I took the chance and knitted pair of wee little Noro socks. Can’t hurt to have nice and warm wooly socks when the cold season is about to draw in.

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