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Finished + Gifted: Sienna Cardigan

I have to say, I really enjoy the way this cardigan came out. I spent the few days just before Christmas worrying about two things: was I going to finish it and would it fit my mom. Would it be too big? Too small? Too short? Too long? Was I going to have to skip […]

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A Sweater Machine

DH called me a sweater machine last night. I didn’t point him to the real sweater machine as I should have, but I guess I did make some progress over the weekend: Sienna Cardigan with lots of mods, half-seamed Sienna is my top priority right now since Christmas is in a week! I obviously need […]

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FO: Tweed Beret

I finished the beret early Saturday morning, washed it in some woolwash, and set it up to block on a pot lid (yes, really). Except I thought that the pot lid I tried out first was too small, so I tried another one and it was too large and stretched it out. So really, this […]

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A Lot of Little Things

Tonight, I plan to catch up on last week’s shows on the TiVo tonight and cast on the fronts for the Sienna Cardigan. I’m still hoping to finish the fronts by next week sometime. However, I secretly want to work on a sock and start a beret (for me; from the Winter IK) in some […]

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A Cold and Bad Lighting Make For a Bad Blogger

…but it’s been a week since I’ve posted. I have been reading Rhinebeck posts and salivating at the sight of so. much. fiber. Today, I stayed home from work sick (after a scary vertigo spell yesterday) and: Finished the back of the heavily-modified Sienna Cardigan (holiday gift!): I’m not really crooked, I just haven’t been […]

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Sienna: Now a WiP

I gave myself the weekend off from the sock pattern with the deadline and instead worked on other things. I finally gave in and started one of the holiday knits on the list — the Sienna Cardigan from the Fall 2006 Interweave Knits (with my long list of modifications). [Finished ones in blogland (let me […]

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