Comfort Knitting


There are germs everwhere at the moment, during a break in Echinacea intake I caught this cold/sore throat thing that has been going around. I hate being ill, I find it very inconvenient. The children have both been poorly and of course the IT Advisor has had Manflu (that's right ladies, a slight cold). To combat all these germs and miseries I need comfort knitting. Kidsilk Haze is the perfect comfort yarn, luxurious, soft, fluffy, gorgeous colours. Does anyone else stroke/bury their face in their knitting every once in a while or is that just me?


I am knitting Kelly from the Erika Knight Classic Knits book. It is whizzing along surprisingly quickly and the colour was chosen to go with my new green net skirt. Happiness surely is a frothy skirt and Kidsilk Haze.

Comments

Krawuggl said…
I have just ordered the book and can´t wait to get it, I hope tomorrow is THE day. Your knitting really looks like a comfort one, the yarn so soft and the colour like caramel.
I wish you speedy recoveries, and yes, I love to stroke my face with my knitting, when the yarn is soooo soft and smelling delicious.
Sounds gorgeous. You must show us the skirt and sweater together when you have finished knitting. Hope the bugs leave you soon.
Alice said…
Now, that knitting looks lovely. All those tiny, uniform little stitches. I think I must knit a proper garment in KSH very soon. It must feel divine. Is that colour Swish? It's very nice.

Hope you feel better soon.
Karen said…
It looks lovely from here.
Flavaknits said…
I had the same reaction to your picture that I had when I was a teenager in love with with Tony Hadley of Spandau Ballet!
I looove kidsilk haze, and can't wait to knit with it again.
Hope you feel better soon.
carol said…
I too could not think of a better comfort knit that one with KSH. Gorgeous colour and lovely choice of pattern. Hope you get well soon.
Nora said…
I love the colour - it'll look fasb with green. Hope you feel well soon. x
Jeanne said…
Your sweater looks beautiful - I think knitting stockinette is so soothing sometimes. I haven't knit yet with KSH, but your picture makes me want to go buy some! Hope you feel better soon
Maggie said…
Sorry to hear you are not feeling well. Kelly is going to be fabulous! You are right. Kidsilk Haze is so soft to work with.
Charity said…
This looks so soft and sweet! I can't wait to see you in it. :0) I had never thought of a sweater with KSH - do tell how it turns out/wears!
HPNY Knits said…
like a cloud! I like you definition of happiness...
kris said…
oh no! not the mancold! poor guy. ;-)

i hope you feel better soon! i like that kelly and i have the book - must check my ksh stash i think!
marjorie said…
Your yarn looks lovely, soft and fine. I really like the design of the sweater. Germs have hit me too, generously shared by school students. I understand what you mean by comfort knitting. A box of tissues, a cup of hot tea, and your work in progress, can almost make you feel better. Oh yes, and a comfy chair to work in. Hope you and your family feel better soon.
jacqueline said…
oh now! now why did you go and post that gorgeous pattern. would you believe i have the book and enough ksh in my stash to make it.

arghhh...i so don't need another project! (even if i already have enough yarn for it)
Stephanie said…
oooohhh that looks soft and yummy. And I am very excited at the thought of your green net skirt! Sounds gorgeous

Hope you are on the mend...
Lina said…
Kidsilk Haze looks absolutely dreamy! I also love the color. The books is on my wishlist too :)
Flibbertygibbet said…
Just discovered your lovely blog. I love KSH too, but it doesn't love me and tends to behave like fluffy dental floss when I try to knit with it...
Sabine said…
Sorry to hear you are not feeling well. Kelly is going to be terrific. Ohh, it must be soooooooooooooooo smooth on your skin.
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