Archive for the 'garments' Category

2007 Sweaters in Review

I’m pretty sure I am not going to finish another sweater before the end of the year and as I am going to be out of town and in fact in another country, I am working the publish-later trick. Tricksy, that’s me! You’d never guess it, but I managed to finish 12 sweaters this year. […]

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FO: Mandelbrot Wave

I gave the sweater to my sister K on Christmas Eve. I’m going to take this shot (excuse the poor indoor flash shot) as proof that she likes it: she gave me finger guns! finger guns! It fits, the color suits her, and I think she likes it! Success. Pattern:inspired by Adrian’s (hello yarn!) wave […]

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No Sleeve Island Here

Two sleeves for the holiday handspun stranded yoke sweater thing (heh) are done: two sleeves: done! Yes, the pattern at the cuff is slightly different than the previous version (seen here). I thought this would fit with the sweater as a whole much better. I hope the mismatched cuff color isn’t too… strange. I’ve started […]

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The Elusive Wearable FO?

E (of Poking My Eyes Out) had a visit from GD (of Chez Davis) yesterday and had a chance to show GD all of her fantastic FOs. Except E had this to say about it: Oh look at my finished garment that I never wear … Rogue, which is like ten pounds of llama and […]

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Rogueing Along and Along and Along

I realize that Rogue is a pattern that 9/10 of knitblogland has completed. I’m okay with the fact that I am still working on it. I took a long break from it, now I am completely back in love with the pattern and can’t wait to finish. Last night this conversation took place (after the […]

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