Cocoa swap question of the week

January 17, 2008 at 2:09 am Leave a comment

So, for the cocoa swap, they’ve asked us to answer a question each week…so, here’s my answer for this week’s

first..the question

Now that we’re in the thick of ‘Winter’… has your knitting changed to match the season? Are you moving on from dishcloths, and tank tops to afghans, hats and mittens? Has your yarn changed from silk or cotton to wool, superwash or heavier cottons?

now for my answer:

For me, I always have a sock on my needles at all times. The perfect portable project. In winter, the socks become denser, less lacy and more toward warm. I also tend to do a run of hats and mittens, because the monkey demands hats. (see the post about the longest decreasing hat EVER) This winter, I’ve done a lot more warm knitting than in past. Last year it was a rush to get a wrap done, but that kinda went bust at the end, so I gave up. Blah.

I’ll do some washcloths and things, because those are never out of season! BUT, I do tend to do some “warmer” things and then as spring approaches (ok, mid Feb, because I’m so sick of winter by that point!!) I switch back to my lacy socks and fun things that keep me cool and thinking of spring!


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