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SWEETBAY KNITS EPISODE NO. 6 SHOW NOTES

The sixth episode of Sweetbay Knits has been published over on my YouTube channel. I had quite a few finished objects, as there was a long span of time between episodes 5 and 6.

Picnic Blanket Socks by Curious Handmade (Ravelry Project Page) in Explorer Knits + Fibers in Limoncello and Fresca

This pattern is my go-to sock pattern for a variegated yarn. I knit them on US 0, using the magic loop method. The only change to the pattern I made was the eye of partridge heel flap. That is my favorite heel pattern, as it felts me very well.

Very Vanilla Socks 2022 in Knit Picks Felici Self-Striping Sock Yarn

Every year, I make a pair of striped socks for each person in my family. I missing pictures of the fourth pair. These are all knit out of Knit Picks Felici Sock Yarn. The self-striping sock yarn is my favorite! The colors they have are always fun. This pattern is one I’ve been making for a while. I believe I linked the Vanilla Sock Pattern on Ravelry to the projects, but I can’t remember what I’ve changed about the pattern (aside from the eye of partridge heel). It’s been so long since I started making these socks. The Vanilla Sock Pattern was my basis for these socks years ago.

Anker’s Summer Shirt by Petite Knits in Little Fox Yarn Linea in Gossamer (Ravelry Project Page)

I love this sweater! You can find a full post about it here.

Junction Sweater by Andrea Mowry in The Fiber Seed Sock Yarn in Rose and Washed Ashore (Ravelry Project Page)

This sweater deserves a post of its own! I purchased this yarn at the Carolina Fiber Fest from The Fiber Seed booth. Her yarns are always so pretty, and she dyes every color you can imagine. This sweater turned out almost perfect. I think the neck is a little big, so I wear it with a racerback tank top to fill in the extra space between my neck and the neckhole. Other than that, I love it so much!

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