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Inspiration: All the Cables

Hello, my name is Allison and I have a problem.  I love cables too much.

It’s funny, now that I’m on the body portion of my cabled sweater, which is all in stockinette, I’m finding it difficult to keep my attention on it.  199 more words

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A Love Letter

The following is a love letter to my favorite cable needle. (Yes, I know I’m weird.  I’ll blame it on the fact I haven’t had my coffee yet.) 213 more words

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Dubline Cardigan

My grandmother recently commissioned me to make a sweater for my mother. My mother has been getting nostalgic lately and mentioned a sweater gram had made for her when she was a little girl and how she  1,726 more words

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Finals Are Done! Knitting...Well, more next week...

Four rows this week…understandable, considering, well, final exams. Nothing too hard, but nothing too easy, either…only a cumulative essay and a test over the last book I barely finished, a strong desire to read and knit for pleasure and a portfolio to finish for a class in which the final exam consists of meeting for food–and since none of us are certain of our standing…50% of our grade is our final portfolio, we all showed up, ate food and listened to a story–a fascinating story. 350 more words

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The Library is Open- Part 2: Cables

Let’s talk about cables!  They’re some of my favorite things to knit, and they look super impressive.  But here’s the secret- they’re actually pretty easy!  (Especially if you can read your knitting as you go, instead of relying on a row counter to keep track of your pattern.) 438 more words

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6 Rows This Week...

I knit 6 rows this week. Yes, you can likely count them if I photograph this up-close.

Here it is, in all it’s glory, six rows…Finals are coming(which is almost scarier than winter is coming…I think) 28 more words

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My Favorite Gift to Give

I love to knit sweaters for my friends’ babies, and over the years I’ve developed a particular fondness for this cable knit cardigan pattern. I generally make it in a size 3 (they’re likely to outgrow smaller sizes in faster time than it takes you to knit the sweater!) and a gender-neutral color so future siblings can wear it, although exceptions have been made. 251 more words

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