20 September 2010

Etsy Monday: Fuzzy Noodle Knits!

Today's shop is run by a fantastic lady many of you knitters and knit-bloggers are probably already familiar with - Caryn of Fuzzy Noodle Knits (blog). She has been knitting up gorgeous lace pieces and fabulous socks that I know many of us have enjoyed seeing for a long time now.
Her Etsy shop, also Fuzzy Noodle Knits (shop), has great handspun yarn, beautiful, one-of-a-kind knit items, and fiber for spinning. This lady clearly knows just what all of us want!

Most of all, I want to spin with these amazing colors.

The Zhaan spinning batt looks fluffy with its blend of merino, BFL, silk, and angelina (sparkles!), and at 4.8 ounces, would certainly make enough yarn for a great project. I can just imagine those bright colors striped for near-neon socks or a really cute baby vest.

I could also go for the handspun, handknit Gray Gardens cowl.

I have seen so many great versions knit up from Caryn's pattern (Rav link). Aquaknits has two of my favorites, in coffee colors and a more floral colorway.  I love seeing all the different handspun yarns showing off in this stitch pattern, and I'm getting inspired to make one of my own with my Miss Babs yarn.

Speaking of yarn, the Fuzzy Noodle shop has some beautiful, unique skeins of art yarn available. Camel, merino, sparkle, and mylar thread combine for my favorite, inspired by the classic peanut butter and jelly sandwich.

Isn't that PB and J art yarn scrumptious? It would be so cool to be wearing a pair of chunky mitts made in this colorway while you ate your pb and j lunch.

All of the items in this shop reflect a lot of creative effort, and they just make me smile. Won't you go over to Fuzzy Noodle Knits and find a few of your own favorites? Don't forget to stop by the blog to see what else this crafty lady is up to!

***Many thanks to Caryn for permission to use her fabulous photos***

1 comment:

Rachel J said...

Wow--the colors in that first picture make me want to learn how to spin :)

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