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Helena

Knitting for babies is always a wonderful thing! They could always use items knit and crocheted with love. I also feel that it’s a great way to test the waters with garment knitting without taking on a huge project that requires over a 1000 yards of yarn and hours of construction, and seaming. 388 more words

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striped tosh.

It was chilly enough here in Boston today to wear my Ladies Striped Raglan sweater designed by Jane Richmond. You may remember I finished it last summer–but I believe this is only the second time I’ve worn it. 56 more words

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Starting a sweater: Audrey Cardigan

I bought yarn for this sweater a little while back, and I am finally starting it. I’ve knit sweaters before, but, I have to admit, I’m more anxious about this one than ones I’ve done in the past. 112 more words

navona, revisited.

I knit this Navona Cardigan at least two years ago and when I decided to wear it the other day to work, I realized it was just the second time I’ve sported this finished garment. 56 more words

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On the needles : Spring update

It’s full on Spring in Oregon now.  The crocus and daffodils have come and gone, the tulips have peaked, and now we’re eagerly anticipating the first unfurling of a peony bud.   512 more words

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transmute beginnings.

During my spring break, the two knitting projects on the needles were the finishing of my birdie fair isle cardigan, as well as starting the above… 302 more words

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A Sweater For Me - A Knitting Bucket List Post

I rarely knit for myself. Why is that?  Every single project I have made for me has ended up in a box, in my closet, where the bad knitting projects go. 511 more words

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