September 27, 2013

Day 5 of Wool Lover Blog Hop


This is the last day of our Wool Lover Blog Hop. If you have missed it, be sure to visit all the blogs (today's schedule at the end of this post)! You will enjoy all their wonderful wooly creations:

Monday, September 23

Tuesday, September 24

Wednesday, September 25
Maria do Carmo (Pieced Brain is hosting!)

I am glad to have found so many of you who share my love for working with wool while quilting, making rugs, making jewelry or felted animals, knitting...

Speaking of knitting, in the past I knitted a few things: a sweater, matching vest with sweater, skirt and sweater, baby outfit, blanket, baby hats... but I wanted to learn how to knit socks. I would like to make them as gifts, for my own body temperature is usually 20 degrees warmer than that of those around me (need I say more???). The thing is, I wanted to learn how to knit a pair at a time. One Saturday, about three weeks ago, I drove to a store in Provo, UT hoping there would be someone there who could teach me just that.  I got my wish!

Click here to go to an inspiring interview with Mary Rich Goodwin from Rich Designs One Piece Knitting, the very talented knitter and pattern designer who is teaching me how to knit socks. It will be worth your while!

As you get ideas for new projects, don't forget to check out our sponsors' websites for the best supplies for your work:

Wool Color Chart as a guide for the wonderful wool thread Aurifil makes, plus a  thread pack, courtesy of Aurifil...

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One Woolin Rouge Designs Limited Edition Woolin Nickel Pack. Nickel Packs are made up of 5 different colors  measuring 5" X5 ". All are hand dyed on a variety of textures. There are 8 different color groupings to choose from:Spring Bouquet, Jewels, Primary, Green, Rosey, Pumpkin Patch,  Oranges and Autumn Splendor...

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One 2CM Felt Balls/50 Piece Multi Mix bag by Handbehg Felts.

And here are today's participating bloggers:

Friday, September 27
Mummzy Stamps (she forgot about the hop...)

What an awesome week this has been! With the weather turning cooler, wool is a warm, comforting material to work with. The colors of flowers and trees will soon be gone, but we can replace nature's palette with one of colorful fabrics, yarns, buttons...

A big Thank You to all of you who participated in the Wool Lover Blog Hop, and to all visitors who took time to cheer them on and leave comments.

Have a happy weekend,


  1. Where are the socks you knitted? :-)

  2. It was fun, but I can't believe how fast it went!

  3. Hello Denise, Can today be the last days of your wool lover Blog hop.. Unbelievable. I have loved every moment of it.. I have found sooooooooooooooooooo many wonderful new blogs to follow.. Thanks to the sponsors too.. I can not knit but I would love to crochet a pair of sock.. I wonder if anyone crochets them?? Hugs Judy

  4. It was lots of fun Denise..thank you for hosting

  5. Thank you sew very much for hostessing this Woolunderful hop. I have enjoyed visiting sew many sites and all the amazing projects. Very inspiring to say the least. Creative Stitching Bliss...

  6. I've loved catching up on your projects Denise. I love the wool projects especially. Good luck with your socks. I always have a pair on my needles. I love them...but I make them for myself sometimes.


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