Wednesday, February 24, 2021

Wood 'n Wool

Shape a 3" x 3" x 6" piece of  black walnut wood; sand it and sand it...
Apply the friction paste, the Danish oil and the wax.
Finally, assemble all the parts and put it to use! 
 What a fun little wood turning project!
One sock is finished!  
This one is made from KnitPicks Muse-a good color of blue-ish grey to wear with jeans. 
 I just tweaked my usual little lace insert 
by placing a purl stitch on either side of the 4 lace stitches!
The second sock is well on its way 
and another dishcloth is added to the gift pile.
 

8 comments:

  1. An ice cream scoop — how fun!!!

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  2. How clever-and useful!

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  3. What a great idea (and salted caramel!!!) The sock turned out so pretty.

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  4. Love the ice cream scoop! Do you just order the parts somewhere or take apart an existing scoop? You have good taste in ice cream. The only way it would be better would be to have chocolate. :-)
    The sock yarn works really well with your pattern. So pretty.
    Blessings,
    Betsy

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  5. Is there nothing you can't do!!! You amaze me! And now I need ice cream. LOL

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  6. that's the most beautiful ice cream scoop I've ever seen. Love your newest socks, too. What pattern are you using? It's a nice one.

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