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December 2016 // Silver Lining Sock Club

I don’t know about you, but for me December is a really busy, whirlwind of a month. So this month, when I picked up club, I knew I needed something simple to knit. Something where I could just put my brain on pause and simply enjoy the yarn. And enjoy the yarn I did, because really, how can you go wrong with Cashluxe Spark?

© Katrina Stewart / SweetGeorgia Yarns 2016

© Katrina Stewart / SweetGeorgia Yarns 2016

Charlotte dyed this month’s colourway, and on the club insert, she talked about how she came to work for Sweet Georgia. I have to say, the story each month is one of my favourite parts of club and I loved reading about Charlotte’s story. I think we all could use a little more focus on the Silver Linings in our own lives, as it really would make the world a better place. I’m so glad that Charlotte found what she was looking for.

© Katrina Stewart / SweetGeorgia Yarns 2016

© Katrina Stewart / SweetGeorgia Yarns 2016

This month, I kept things really simply with a mobius cowl. I held the yarn double and used an invisible provisional cast on method, knitting until I felt the cowl was deep enough. Sweet, simple, soft and squishy!

© Katrina Stewart / SweetGeorgia Yarns 2016

© Katrina Stewart / SweetGeorgia Yarns 2016

So what did you create with this month’s colour? We’d love to see your project over in the Ravelry group or share on Instagram with hashtags #sweetgeorgiayarns or #sgyclub!

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About Katrina

Katrina, a professional photographer by trade, has had an obsession with fibre all her life. She learned to knit and crochet as a child, but her passion was truly ignited when she learned to spin in 2014. She loves the thought that every individual who looks at a braid of fibre or runs their fingers over a skein of yarn will create their own unique functional piece of art. Something to be enjoyed for years to come. You can find her on Instagram as @craftyjaks or on Ravelry as CraftyJAKs.

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