Archive for the 'slinky ribs' Category

FO: Silky Henley

I’ve delayed writing this post because it deserves a nice writeup which of course requires a big ol’ spot of time. But it’s been hanging over me — I can’t delay any longer! all finished! I love Wendy Bernard’s (knit and tonic) patterns. I knit Something Red back in 2007 and while I don’t wear […]

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A New Skill [knitcroblo4]

This is a hard topic for me. What new skill would I like to learn? Aside from the aforementioned finish knitting a lace shawl, I’m not sure what to say. I recently taught myself how to knit backwards, but it doesn’t really save me any time and aggravates my RSI. Oh! I know. Intarsia. I […]

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Proof

Really, I’m not kidding, I’m almost done. slinky ribs One more half-sleeve to reknit, one collar to knit. That’s not much! placket So, so close.

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dissimilar

I’ve been slowly knitting away on my silky wool sweater. I was never really happy with the first sleeve I knit, so I made the decision to knit the second sleeve slightly differently, and then pick one of the two and rip it back to reknit like the other. confusing? stupid? I don’t know, but […]

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It’s Hockey Time

It’s hockey playoff time, which means while I will be sitting in front of the television a lot more than usual, I will be too tense to knit! on the deck It’s too bad really — I’m so close to finishing this sweater! You know, just in time for it to be too warm to […]

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Slinky, Silky Ribs

After I finished my honeycomb vest, I was inspired to immediately start a new garment for myself. After musing it over a little, tweeting about it with E (PokingMyEyesOut), and eyeing the stash, I finally started Slinky Ribs from Custom Knits by Wendy Bernard (Knit and Tonic). sleeve started The construction of this sweater is […]

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