I’ve cast on for a pair of socks that I’m going to knit a bit on this weekend. Right now it ain’t much, but it looks like this so far:

Might be a new project (Copyright Hanna Andersson)
I bought this yarn recently at Syfestivalen, and lots of more wool with close up pictures because yarn is so beautiful. Even in these photos you can tell how soft it is:

Yarn pile from Syfestivalen (Copyright Hanna Andersson)
The pile of yumminess….

And some close ups;

Socks to come (Copyright Hanna Andersson)
Unlabeled mulitcolored wool

Pure wooly bliss (Copyright Hanna Andersson)
The gray is eco ull/wool from Marks & Katten.

Debbie Bliss (Copyright Hanna Andersson)
Pink from Debbie Bliss.

Ostduk minsann (Copyright Hanna Andersson)
And cheese cloth from the shop Canvas (in Göteborg). Yes, finally I’ve found some cheese cloth (ostduk) for dying and sewing into mixed media projects I guess… Or what do you do with that stuff? Any ideas?

You can view images from previous visits to that craft fair and the rainbow socks I knitted with yarn bought back then. Sy means sewing, and there is a lot of fabric at that fair but I like the yarn booths better I guess… so I stock up. Winter is here.

Yesterday in the post Clean & Tidy at the great blog Sew Mama Sew featured a link to some fun labels I made a while back, labels:
Label of love by iHanna (Copyright Hanna Andersson)
Labels that you can print and use in your own projects. I thought I’d tell you about them so you can find them too, as they are now hidden far in the dusty archive of this blog! Download and print both sheets, I’d love to see where and how you use them!