What I'm Making

I finished a pair of socks that were started some time ago, maybe 2020, I finished a cable sweater for my granddaughter yesterday, and it will still be too big for her I’m sure. TWO UFO’s out of the bags! I frogged about half of a pair of socks done with a herringbone pattern–while knitting on a plane during turbulence I dropped several stitches, and never could figure out how to fix it. They sat in a bag for six years. I pulled them out and I"m using a rib pattern from Wanderlust to get them finished. So satisfying to get rid of UFOs.



socks

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Wow that’s just a gorgeous sweater!

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MJ Mucklestone’s Fishbones hat with a baker’s dozen of yarn instead of pattern’s two. Also used 6x6 rib, borrowed from FG 19 Striped Marl Hat.

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Finally made a Shift! Thanks to Ann for putting this back on my radar.Used Edition 3 yarn, very addictive knitting.

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Washcloths

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These are such wonderful colors! They look great :blush:

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Just finished a Harry Potter Scarf for my husband. Yarn from Tanis Fiber Arts, pattern from Tanis Gray. This is shorter than the pattern calls for, but as long as he wanted it.

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Your husband is one lucky dude! This is a gorgeous project and tailor made for him!

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He does appreciate it too!

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I love how the Knight Bus is both a really appealing graphic element, and of course, a piece of the story.

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Thank you. Post blocking and realignment you can also better see the 9 3/4 for the platform. It is a really cute pattern

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I’ve been swatching for the Mood cardigan using only yarns from my stash. I did not like the look of the fabric a single strand of fingering produced, had many yarn issues, and lordy that lace pattern takes attention, but I love its look. Finally found a great combo in dbl stranding Holst Garn Coast and Squishy Lace from Dragonfly Fibers. Today I’ll soak it and block it and figure out my cast on number.

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I really like wearing my Mood cardigan and made one for a lifelong friend. I’m sure you will enjoy yours.

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I’ve been considering a linen Shakerag top for a while, finally did it, and finally warm enough to be wearing it today!

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What a beautiful color💖 What yarn did you use?

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Thank you. It is definitely more pink than I usually make! Euroflax sport weight.

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I don’t usually do pink either but this is pretty! It is going to be so comfortable to wear this summer;)

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Way to pink it! I’m so into pink, no idea what has happened to me!

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I’m more of an orangey-pink gal, it looks better on me, but this yarn was called soft coral, and it is really a light bubble gum pink in my view. You shall see it live in a few weeks!

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Ahhh jealous. You’re going to Shakerag. I didn’t get in :frowning:

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