I made it!
It took me a while to compile the photographs; and for that, I apologize. Anyway, onto the last two weeks of Me Made May 2017!
|#MMMay17: Day 15|
These are my Cadence Socks, by VeryBusyMonkey. Yarn is Tanis Fiber Arts Purple Label, in the "Jean Jacket" colourway. And despite having cashmere in the blend, these socks have held up well for over half-a-year now despite many trips through the washer/dryer.
|#MMMay17: Day 16|
|#MMMay17: Day 17, 19, 27, and 28|
|#MMMay17: Day 20, 21 and 26|
These are my Entrelac Mitts (another working title) worked in a gradient from Freia Fine Handpaint Fibers. Because they're made from a single skein of gradient yarn, they're fraternal, not identical fingerless mitts (Scroll down for a picture of the other mitt and you can see the difference).
They're a lot of fun to make and to wear (even if I did puzzle over Entrelac in the Round, at first!).
For the curious, I'm hoping to have these up for testing end of June/Early July 2017, and I'll post my test-knit calls here, as always.
|#MMMay17: Day18, 22 and 23|
So for Day 22 and 23, here's a full picture of my Low Tide Cardigan by TinCanKnits. I've been loving this ever since I finished it, but I realized that (along with having to finish my updates to MMMay), that folks hadn't seen the full picture of it!
|#MMMay17: Day 24 and 25|
|#mmmay17 Day 29|
Anyway, this is my Felted Hat. Yarn is Malabrigo Worsted in "Azul Bolita", and the hat is a Ravelry Freebie and can be found here.
Despite it being wool, it's actually really good for keeping my head cool. It keeps the sun out of my eyes, and my hair doesn't get nearly as sweaty as when I wore baseball caps and such.
|#MMMay17: Day 30|
|#MMMay17: Day 31. Photography: Stephanie Wallace|
Yarn is Freia Fine Handpaint Fibers, Merino Sport Silk blend, in the colourway "Atlantis".
And that should now be all of my Me Made May posts caught up! I really enjoyed it, actually, despite my inability to post timely photos (to which I thank you all for your patience).
I'm already looking forward to next year, and wish me luck!