Category Archives: sock knitting

August Club and Traveling SIOz Update

Hello from the USA — I’m on the road for the US Autumn, but things are generally running as usual in Ozland! That includes the August shipping of yarn and fibre for the SIOz Merry Band of Knitters and Spinners! This month’s yarn is Glinda, the Good Wool! And the club pattern is a special […]

Knitter’s Day Out 2012

Stranded  In Oz is headed to The Knitter’s Day Out 2012 — The market is open tonight and all day tomorrow! See you there!      

SIOz Knitter’s Club – First Two Contest Winners

The first pair of socks and the first non-sock FO’s have been completed. Both done in record time I reckon. Thank you Anna and Kelly! You’ve both won MORE YARN! How good is that? And Kelly’s Shawl: It’s really exciting to see how the yarn knitted up! Yup, I designed it to have that stripe […]

the yarn that was and will be…

Hello and thank you to the amazing knitters who came by to say hello, fondle, and sometimes purchase, a hank or ball or two of SIOz yarn to knit this summer. The dust is slowly settling here at SIOz Central. Thank you also to Jonelle and Jonette at SWTC for making the SWTC selection what […]

Stranded In Oz — Cover Design Featured for Yarn Issue 23

Check out the latest edition of YARN Magazine — Issue 23 features 2 sock designs from Stranded In Oz — and a set of bamboo sock needles to knit the cover design, Procrastination Socks! Grab yourelf a copy from our online shop! For overseas customers, no additional postage will be added if you order your […]

Never too hot to knit?

Summer Blues and Greens *sigh* When It’s Too Hot to Breathe…  ‘Lest you think that it’s too hot here knit… Au contraire! It may be too hot in Adelaide for knitting that alpaca project you started two years ago, but it’s NEVER too hot to knit a sock or two. The Tofutsie yarn is steadily disappearing. That’s […]

Never too hot to knit?

Summer Blues and Greens *sigh* When It’s Too Hot to Breathe…  ‘Lest you think that it’s too hot here knit… Au contraire! It may be too hot in Adelaide for knitting that alpaca project you started two years ago, but it’s NEVER too hot to knit a sock or two. The Tofutsie yarn is steadily disappearing. That’s […]