Monthly Archives: January 2007

freeform time

I took the tablecloth off, put it in the washer, then couldn’t resist spreading out all the freeform yarns out. I don’t knit at the table much at home because it’s too far away from the TV, but I didn’t … Continue reading

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more fun sweaters

Some good photos, some not so good. All of them are of my collection of favorites.The first is a pattern from an old Colinette leaflet, but I used a variety of yarns, many of them Noro. This vest was started … Continue reading

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There’s nothing like leading with your best. I’d like to post some pitcures of sweaters I’ve finished over the years, and this one is probably the most interesting one I’ve ever done. It’s Koigu (hurray Koigu!), and I used the … Continue reading

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one more home decorating project

Somehow, I deleted this picture from the previous post. Gotta learn how to manipulate the photos!It’s the remains of yet another modular pinwheel sweater that never quite made it. It hangs in the keyboard room (computer and piano), but it … Continue reading

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knits around the house

One of the reasons I started a blog was to have a place to keep pictures of things I’ve knitted. Having friends read it is an added bonus! Now, friends, indulge me. This is a barrage of photos, but today’s … Continue reading

Posted in afghan, baby sweater, basket, freeform, Koigu, modular sweater, pillow, wall hanging | 1 Comment

last posting about mitts for a while, maybe

We have the charming Emily W. modeling the almost completed String of Pearl mitts. These mitts will be paired with a crochet evening bag that I teach in the crochet workshop, but I forgot to take a picture of it.Today … Continue reading

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socks for kids

This will be Baylee W’s sock when I’m finished. Her dad, Alan, is my good friend from the orchestra pit. I’ve never knitted socks for kids before, but Alan requested socks for Baylee, who is 4, and Ben who is … Continue reading

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