Knitting knitting ...

I have been knitting quite a load through the full Moon, Lunar eclipse and the storm we got on top of them here.

On Friday, I finished this pair of leftover socks started who knows when.

Yesterday, I spent most of the day knitting and finishing this sleeve for my daughter's (much less fancy) laptop.
(Sorry for the bad quality of the images, but it's all covered and really dark here today.)

Now, I have started a pair of socks for one of my adult sons. He and his family will be visiting by the end of the months.

Would have knitted more for them already, but I need to take their measurements first. We all here can't wait for them to arrive. This will be the first time we'll see my granddaughter in real life. YAY!

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rose of Walk in the Woods, LLC said...

I love the socks, are they made from leftover yarns from other projects?

And the laptop sleeve is beautiful!

Cathy said...

I love your socks. I always start a pair and never finish. Did you use cotton? They look so comfy.

Rita Juse-Cirkse said...

Thank you so much for the compliments, Rose and Cathy!

Those are actually vintage yarns, left over from old projects, but not by me :)

And, no, Cathy, none of them is cotton. The blues and the red seem to be a wool blend, the white one - a recycled synthetic good for nothing except for socks, as it is pretty durable. :)

ArtfulLee Designed said...

I used to love to knit before my hands started cramping up. you are a lovely knitter and I love those socks

Rita Juse-Cirkse said...

Thank you so much for the compliment!
So sorry for your hands...

Coleen said...

I so admire anyone who can knit....something I never had the opportunity to learn.
I know you are a blessing to your family with that talent.

Rita Juse-Cirkse said...

Thank you so much, Coleen!
It's never too late to learn :)