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Tubular bind off

I’d frogged an old sweater so I could remake it into something that I’d like better and wear more. I’ve started working on the new pullover, and this time, I decided to finish the neck first, instead of leaving it till the end like I always do. 309 more words

Knitting

25h day in Ålesund 

Ship is out of sight and my 25h day in Ålesund starts.

My bag and I roll into town, as I don’t drink coffe anymore and had the super sugar crunchy mysli there is no urge for me to go into a coffe place as I would have done to other times. 97 more words

Sailing

A completed brioche work.

I have finished the second version of Stella which I told you about in a recent post.

The dress will look much better when it is on my granddaughter as it just looks like a tube when laid out on the floor. 61 more words

Patterns

Why Have You Cast Us Off? 

Psalms 74:1
“O God, why have You cast us off forever? Why does Your anger smoke against the sheep of Your pasture?”

Asaph describes Jerusalem being ransacked by Israel’s enemies. 394 more words

Bible

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

Knitting

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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Poetry