NahNah_Land

I'm an etsy seller and this is my official tumblr. I will be posting both projects in the works and those already finished

https://www.etsy.com/listing/98153555/middle-earth-merino-tencel-handspun?ref=shop_home_active_2
Hamncheezr etsy shop, great yarn and bags. Not to mention that she has a pretty awesome knitted hat pattern!
signal boost to support handmade awesomeness!!!

https://www.etsy.com/listing/98153555/middle-earth-merino-tencel-handspun?ref=shop_home_active_2

Hamncheezr etsy shop, great yarn and bags. Not to mention that she has a pretty awesome knitted hat pattern!

signal boost to support handmade awesomeness!!!

All my current WIPs together in a family photo lolz! ^.^
From left to right: Ronduer (sweater), Kilienie (sock), Longsuffering (shawl)
my hookah hose even made a small cameo in the upper left hand corner
A project of firsts! First project knitted on my new Caspian interchangeable circular needles, first shawl, and first project using lace mohair! Coming along great so far :)

My KnitPicks package finally came in!!! This was my first time ordering from them and I must say I was very pleased.

I received some trellis yarn and some…other novelty yarn. I love the way they look, but i have no idea what to do with them. Using it as a carrier yarn for a bulky knit up might be best, but what do yall think?What would be the best thing to do with novelty yarn?

This is the yarn that my boyfriend’s grandmother gave me. She knits, but ruffle scarves are her main thing. A friend of hers gave her this yarn and she didnt know what to do with all of it so she gave it me! Great haul I’d have to say. Most still have their labels, but there are a few that i may need help identifying!
Btw, all I have to do in return for this yarn, is knit a hat out of that big ball in the back. Easy peasy, already finished knitting the ribbing for it!
I realized that I still haven’t posted pics of my boyfriend’s half-finger gloves. I wanted them to be done by Christmas, but he understand that I have a lot to finish :)

autumnsflame asked: Thank you for the knitting advice! I really appreciate it.

no problem :) I love sharing things i learn and figure out and read about. And i love answering questions on the kitting tag!

This is the yarn used in my Rainbow Drop Stitch scarf. Its called Souk and is made by Cascade Yarns. This is their Rainbow colorway. This yarn is 55% silk and 45% wool. It is a textured hand-spun yarn. I think I paid $22 for it as my LYS.
Behold the beautiful rainbow drop stitch scarf I’m making for my boyfriend’s mom for Christmas. Its the only gift I’m knitting anyone this year! I will no longer bust my ass making things for people who don’t appreciate it. I know she’ll appreciate this a lot and I cant wait to give it to her -^.^-