Sock Yarn Scrap Shawl – Progress

I just wanted to share 2 progress photos of my sock yarn scrap shawl.

This project is just so much fun and I love the element of ‘swapping’ yarn to make it.  I am keeping in contact with everyone who donates yarn or swaps with me so it is becoming something of a ‘friendship shawl’.

If anyone is interested in donating very small amounts of sock yarn for the project please email info@imake.gg.  Anything you send will be shared out between other sock yarn blanket/shawl-makers that I am in contact with.  If you are interested in completing a similar project you can also drop me a line to find out how to get involved.  Sock yarn swappers can also join the thread on the iMake Podcast Ravelry forum.

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4 Responses to “Sock Yarn Scrap Shawl – Progress”


  1. 1 Julie 30/12/2010 at 11:36 am

    Wow that’s gorgeous! I’ll have to dig out some of my spare sock yarn!!

    • 2 imakehandmade 30/12/2010 at 11:38 am

      Thanks Julie! Let me know if you fancy doing a little sock yarn swapping. I only need tiny amounts for mine – just a ball the size of a walnut does a square 🙂

  2. 3 Charlie 30/12/2010 at 2:37 pm

    Wow Martine this is so exciting I’m defiantly going to have to make one 🙂 I’ll have a search through my stash and see if I have anything to swap! How exciting! Well done x


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