We had more socks on Saturday and my Li'l Man Vest for Landen.
What is it about sock yarn? It's versaltility? It can be knit up into shawls, lace scarves, socks, and is great for baby anything. Or is it that it sock yarn is sooooo colorful and, well, just plain fun!? Maybe, it's a combination of attributes that make it so attractive.
I made three batches of soap this week. From left to right - Cranberry Relish, Lavender Mint, and Woodland Ice.
The Lavender Mint is a very popular soap. With the essential oils of Bulgarian Lavender and Peppermint, this soap is an aromatic treat! I added silk fiber and ground lavender buds and mint leaves
Woodland Ice is a clean woodsy scent - very fresh smelling. I love this for a great soap that will appeal to both women and men. I added coconut milk to this soap and love the feel! So luxurious!
Next soaps to do - Snowballs, Holiday Tinsel, and Bay Rum with beer added. Oh, and maybe Bayberry, too! I used to say "so many yarns, so little time to knit them up". Now, I've expanded that theme to include soooo many fragrances!
Counting down to Thankksgiving! What are you all planning for the holiday?