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WIP Wednesday

This week I’m going to show a new project that I just cast on. It’s a blanket, using four partial balls of soft, terry-like yarns in spring colors. I weighed the balls and arranged the colors so that I’ll use … Continue reading

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Cowl update and new socks

I’ve got just an inch or so left to knit on the Juliet Poe cowl, so I left it at home this morning because I didn’t want to risk running out of knitting on my commute. The color changes are … Continue reading

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I’m on a hat roll. Clockwise, starting from the top: No-Swatch Top-Down hat, knit to be slightly slouchy, in scrap balls of Cascade 220 and another wool for which I do not have the label; another No-Swatch Top-Down hat, in … Continue reading

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The hooks are out!

I was ready for a change of pace, so I grabbed a crochet hook and started a wavy hat. Using up worsted wool scraps AND adding to my Xmas gift tote. Win-win. This is how much I got done on … Continue reading

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Tawashi!

Such a fun word for these little dish scrubbies! And a great way to use up cotton yarn scraps. I’ve already made us a bunch of washcloths for the bathroom, but I don’t like full-sized cotton washcloths in the kitchen; … Continue reading

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