Happy Saturday :)
I've acquired some yarn recently, some of it by my own volition....okay, all of it is by my own volition but one was a club shipment and the rest were because I'm having a thing in my head about sock cuffs and heels and toes right now.
Anyway, let's see it already!
This is a skein of Miss Babs Yowza in the appropriate name "Top of the Ferris Wheel" because it's from my most recent shipment from ErinLane Bags Indie Yarn Carnival (seriously, it came a couple days ago).
And the bag that came along, of course. I'm not positive but I think this is what Lindsey deems the "Small Project Bag" on the website.
A pattern also came along for the ride so here's a shot of all three:
The pattern is the Brave Shawl, which is not in the Ravelry database (yet).
I also went to Michael's the other day with a bug in my pants for some plain white or grey or something not black yarn for sock cuffs, heels, and toes. Don't ask me what I was thinking because I think I was pondering #operationsockdrawer (which you can find out more about if you listen to the Knitmore Girls podcast) and Susan B. Anderson's #soskal (which is for her Smooth Operator Socks KAL). Anyway, these came home......
Patons Kroy, which is a workhorse sock yarn that I've used before (my Vanilla Latte socks).
And two separate skeins of Loops & Threads Woolike. The top is more of a white/undyed and the bottom is slightly on the grey side. The only thing I'm worried about with these two is actual yarn weight. It's classified as a light fingering weight, which is fine for socks....but most of my socks are just a normal fingering weight so I'm a little worried that it'll be too thin for what I'm planning to use it for but we'll see how it goes.
I hope you've enjoyed this little quickie stash update :) I will, hopefully, be linking up with Tammy soon enough. I'll be back tomorrow with my Year of Projects update :)