And she has this to say about the third picture, "Then because I had quite a bit left and a new baby arriving I knit a matching baby hat using the lace pattern from Rick." Now that's a great use of the leftover yarn!
Vickie (of Bird Leg Bags) started some Elm Street socks in our Poste Yarn before Halloween and used the Fruit Stripe Gum pattern to make the cool diamonds you see. We wil be dyeing up some great holiday colors this week, so stay tuned for some awesomeness. Or check out the SSYC Instagram feed for a sneak peek.
Brenda knit this Clincher scarf with a ball of (unknown) Opal and a bit of coordinating solid for the edge. I love that she used a self-patterning yarn for a scarf that most are using variegated. I think a Hundertwasser color would look great in this pattern.
And take a look at these! This matching sock and glove set was made with Simply Sock Yarn Solids in Slate and Fiesta Lime with a bit of Cherry Red. The talented knitter didn't know the exact pattern name, but she said it came from the online Sockupied magazine two years ago. She said she's very happy with the performance of the yarn, as she wears the gloves nearly every day when it's cold out and she's caring for her horses.