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Short-Sleeved and Sweet

I’d had my eye on Wendy’s Pullover by Ruthie Nassbaum for quite a bit of time. I was immediately drawn to the Peter Pan collar and the use of fingering weight yarn since I wanted a lighter weight sweater.  572 more words


Rocaille Socks

… are done!

Love them. I continued the ribbing pattern all the way to the toe for better continuity. Hopefully, the slipped stitch sole will help these last longer, given that this yarn is intended for baby clothes rather than socks! 13 more words


Pattern Thoughts: Thendara by Stephen West

I finished my Thendara shawl last night. It’s found in West Knits Book Three. My last post was about finishing this shawl, so if you haven’t read that yet, please check out… 672 more words


FO: Thendara by Stephen West

Just a bit after midnight last night, I finished a shawl designed by Stephen West. The pattern name is Thendara, and it’s found in his book, … 486 more words


Finished Finished Finished 

Finished finished finished….

In Knitmore Girl speak this means knit, washed/blocked, and finish work done. Both my Baby Sophisticate #6 and #7 are COMPLETELY done thanks to a good Jellybean nap. 40 more words


Eeee continuando na costura / Just keep on making


Não, ainda não é tricot o que trago para vos mostrar desta vez. O meu mojo continua todo voltado para a costura. Este fim de semana fiz uma blusa, a minha primeira em tecido de malha (jersey). 679 more words


Dragonfly MKAL Clue 5: The Highlander's Wife

Clue 5’s early arrival revealed a repeat of the tartan pattern in the original color combination followed by a pleated rib in color B.

There are an enormous amount of stitches (303 to start) that need to be increased; but it’s not the worst thing in the world because there are only a few rows that require every single stitch to be worked.  475 more words

Too Much Time For One Project