Archive for April, 2009

Happy Birthday to Mom!

I’m a week late blogging this — mostly because I was back on the east coast for Mom’s birthday! squishy garter I knit Mom a triangular shawl in Berroco Ultra Alpaca [purple triangle on ravelry]. I worked a standard center and outside increase and finished the edge with feather and fan. I like how it […]

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Snip Snip!

cut! After spending Sunday evening watching episodes of er online (a show I haven’t watched in years, but watched all through college), I decided to cut the sweater. It was pretty simple. I strung waste yarn through the stitches at the new edge, then snipped the yarn just before that point and methodically removed the […]

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A Predicament

not so wee baby sweater This baby sweater (Angle) is too big in such a way that I have a few options to fix it. Mostly it is just the sleeve that is too wide. It’s 5″ across when it should be closer to 4″– my row gauge is off by a lot, and with […]

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The Babies Are Coming

This year I have a huge list of babies to knit for. I started one of the sweaters earlier this week. angle [the lime green is waste yarn] This is Angle (ravelry), designed by Tora Frøseth of Knitting A Lot. I’m not knitting it in the lightweight wool yarn she suggested but rather Sublime Yarns […]

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