Folk Knitting in Estonia: Aino's Gloves • Anu's Christmas Gloves • Anu's Mittens • Anu's Stockings • Avo's Mittens • Ellen's Stockings • Helgi's Mittens • Hilja's Mittens • Ilmar's Socks • Juta's Stockings • Kalev's Mittens • Kristi's Mittens • Laila's Socks • Landra's Gloves • Liidia's Gloves • Liivi's Stockings • Maarja's Socks • Maimu's Mittens • Marko's Mittens • Meida's Mittens • Merike's Gloves • Rita's Stockings • Sander's Mittens • Tiit's Socks • Ulla's Gloves • Virve's Stockings
Yesterday morning I woke up with a cold - sore throat, headache, congestion and dry cough. So not surprisingly through most of the day you could find me on the sofa with a mug of neo-citran, a box of kleenexes and my knitting. As a result the second of these Tiit's Socks is done.
It's been a great little project to use up really small scraps of sock yarn. From cuff down there are at least a dozen different yarns: Tanis Fiber Arts Fingering (natural), SRK On Your Toes (navy), Zarzuela Fibers Symphonic Sock (blues), Fiber Optic Footnotes (greens), Pagewood Farms Alyeska (reds), Mountain Color Bearfoot (blues), Shelridge Farm Soft Touch Handpaint (greens), Estelle Arequipa (reds), Wandering Cat Alley Cat (pinky reds), Rocky Mountain Dyeworks (greens), Koigu PPM (orangey reds), Wollmeise Twin 80/20 (blues), Malabrigo Sock (greens) and possibly some other scraps I've forgotten.
What's next? Meida's Mittens, I think. I can entirely visualize which stash yarns I'll use to knit them, so that's a good place to start. More stash-busting ahead!