WIP Wednesday

This WIP  Wednesday sees me starting a new project and picking up an old project to get finished.

On the left is the new project its the Twisted Drop Stitch Cowl and I’m going to use the two balls of Rowan Big Wool that I had in my stash.

I’m also going to be working some more on the Stormy Sky socks and aim to getting them done.

I’m reading this week Steve Berry’s The Templar Legacy.

For today’s post I’m checking in with Tami’s and with Ginny

Ruth.

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8 Responses to WIP Wednesday

  1. cucki says:

    have a lovely wednesday deary x

  2. Thoeria says:

    That's a lovely cowl Ruth. Planning to keep it for yourself I hope! Looking forward to your Templar review

  3. enjoy your socks and cowl knitting; have a creative wednesday xx

  4. All the shades of blue this week! Isn't it great to work with big chunky wool – it knits up so fast and is so comfy and cozy 🙂

  5. Linda says:

    Love your new start Ruth. The colors are really pretty.Linda

  6. Sandy says:

    Like the look of that cowl and think that blue will be very pretty for it.

  7. Love the cowl! It's just the right size…the one I had picked out is too long but I'll make it anyway and wear it over something with a collar probably. The book looks good as I read that famous one….that I can't remember the title now and they made a movie of it. It was all very interesting and there was lots of historical info in it that I enjoyed. Enjoy!

  8. Kepanie says:

    Oh boy! I am still coveting your socks. The drop st cowl will be awesome.

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