Archive for the 'daybreak' Category

FO: Autumn, Striped — Just in Time for Winter

Back in August, E (Poking My Eyes Out) and I went to Serial Knitters, the newest LYS in the area (and the closest LYS to my house now). While there, I picked up some madelinetosh Tosh Merino Light in saffron and well water that I simply could not resist. After some consideration and discussion, I […]

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So close

Still working on daybreak, but I’m almost to the bind off. Right now I am trying to decide between 5 ridges and 7 ridges. Do I have enough yarn for 7? I think so, but I’m not sure. Everything is questionable in flight. Especially when rum and in-flight wifi is involved. …but I think this […]

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Daybreakin’

Still working on daybreak, though I’m on the edge now. I worked 19 sets of stripes because I like 19 better than 20. I may just be able to finish it tomorrow while N is at the Redskins game… here’s hopin’!

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Sneaking it in

Just sneaking in a few rows after work and before dinner with my father in law.

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In Flight

This trip around, I opted to bring one project and one alone. The idea is that with just one project, I will have to work on it regardless of how mindnumbingly boring it is. So I picked Daybreak – I love how it is turning out and I love the yarn but the actual knitting […]

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No, Really, It’s Growing

slooooow I hate purling.

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In progress

I admit that I tend towards being a product knitter. Sometimes I try my darndest to be more of a process knitter. I’m trying to be that way now, with this shawl. The yarn is helping.

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Still Knitting

daybreak I really like how this is turning out but the long rows are getting to me. The pattern specifies 20 sets of stripes before working the edge. I’m only 7 stripes in so far. The Madeline Tosh Tosh Merino Light (well water, saffron) is very nice to knit with!

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Autumn Signs

Some signs of autumn are obvious. samaras Other signs perhaps less obvious. can not stop! I cannot stop starting new projects! Or winding yarn for new projects.

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