What the HK is on Your Needes? Vol. 34

Time for another look at Hazel Knits' projects knit by other knitters. And what a talented and creative bunch of knitters I've discovered for you today.

Check out this gorgeous shawl by ravname: patocenizo8. It's a test knit of Dee O'Keefe's Catoctin Shawl in Artisan Sock in Spanish Wine. Lovely!

Olga (ravname: endlessQ) was able to get two preemie vests and hats out of one skein of Artisan Sock in the club colour Big Red using the pattern #1301 Baby Vests as a guide. That's an amazing use of one skein.  

Cathy (ravname: CTea2478) used a tiny bit of Low Tide in Artisan Sock to knit this cute Key Cozy. I can't tell any of my keys apart. I totally need to do this soon!

Robin (ravname: robobin) used Iris in Artisan Sock to knit this beautiful Thistles, Thistles shawl for her Grandmother. Lucky Grandma!

How about this awesome pair of Ann Marie: Pink Ribbon Stockings for Breast Cancer Awareness that Jessica (ravname: miscues) knit for herself using Low Tide in Artisan sock. This is an amazing commitment to one pair of socks. Love 'em!

Sid (ravname: sidhex3) knit a fantastic Pasando Hat in DK Lively in the colour Quill.  Quill is currently an exclusive colour to Gauge Knits in Austin, Texas. This hat is terrific as it qualifies for our current Knitalong featuring patterns by Melissa J. Goodale and doubly terrific as it will be donated to Halos of Hope (a charitable group that provides hats to cancer patients) as part of the the Podcaster Throwdown (a group challenging their listeners to knit hats for Halos of Hope to be delivered at Stitches West 2014). Did you know that we are hosting a mini KAL to support the Podcaster Throwdown  in our group? You can read about it on our Ravgroup.

Siobhan (ravname: FLgirlinFI) knit this cozy pair of Old Joe socks in Artisan Sock in an old exclusive colour Sugar Maple with toes in Fudge. Delicious! And I totally want to use the fireplace now.

And finally, Judy (ravname: Camanoah) knit this snuggly Willow Cowl in Entice in Aquarius. I love the way this long tube collapses on itself to create a slouchy look. Check out the project page to see how the cowl looks laid out flat.

Once again, I'm blown away by all the amazing projects. Thanks to everyone for allowing me to share their knitting. Such inspirations!


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