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Week 11: mere days away!

We are now in the home stretch – only days to go. We are actually getting our cast off a few days earlier than the exact 12 week mark, hurrah! 215 more words

Hip Spica

I-cord cast-off

For such a long time I only used one cast off method, definitely the worst. K2tog, pass st on to left needle, continue… Super hard and unflexible edge, and after working out new ways of casting off I have never used this one! 83 more words


Book Review: Cast Off by Daniel Simon

Cast Off
Daniel Simon

62 pages
Edwin E. Smith Publishing, September 24, 2015

ISBN: 978-0991090488

Reviewed by Hélène Cardona

Daniel Simon’s Harvest of Words “Tilled into Existence”
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Learning to rib and stretch

As mentioned earlier, I’m planning to knit a jumper for my 1 year old nephew. Wanting to become more practiced and proficient in knitting, I learned a variety of basic cast ons and offs as seen in my post ‘ 429 more words

New Method

Scripture at Sunrise 1.12.2016

“For the Lord will not cast off forever.” -Lamentations 3:31

He may cast away for a season but not forever. A woman may leave off her ornaments for a few days, but she will not forget them or throw them upon the dunghill. 223 more words

Scripture At Sunrise

Tip of the Week: A Very Stretchy Bind-Off

Just this week I had the occasion to share one of my favorite bind-offs with someone. I know I’ve written about it before, but it’s so handy that I just have to share it with you again. 169 more words

Tip Of The Week

On soldiers and knitwear

Nanook – (almost) finished

At last, over a year after starting this all-in-one, top-down project, I am done. It has taken an age, but to be fair that is because I had a rest of about ten months in the middle, while I knitted other things. 1,114 more words