Monthly Archives: November 2007

freeform child sweater

I’m hoping to complete a little sweater for Emma for Christmas. The yarns have been sitting around, I chose them a while ago. Here are a few bits that I’ve started. So far, I haven’t made a garment with the … Continue reading

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monkeys invade Wilmington

These little monkeys were ready for a day of shopping in Wilmington, NC on Friday. The purple Jitterbugs are mine, and the blue Discos are my mom’s. I think the monkeys made our feet happy during all that walking!

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freeform workshop at Cozy

Last night I taught a freeform workshop at Cozy, and the 5 ladies in the class really did a great job. In the 3 hour workshop, we made scrumbles following my instruction sheet. That doesn’t sound very freeform, I know, … Continue reading

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more hats

The hats, they just keep coming! These are for Ben (the red) and Baylee (the orange), and hopefully sized appropriately. I used the Yarn Harlot’s general sizing information from her book “Knitting Rules.” I think they’ll work…..

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another hat

Love, love, love this yarn. It’s the chunky weight Malabrigo merino wool. I wanted to make one more hat for Judy–a girl needs a little variety, after all. Last night I cast on, and this morning I finished it up. … Continue reading

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couple of small things

So in the past few days I’ve finished this navy blue hat for Aunt Judy, these half-finger gloves for Randy, and started this unusual scarf for a shop model at Cozy. Gift knitting continues! Edit: Tracy points out, and rightly … Continue reading

Posted in Berocco booklet, Chunky Malabrigo, Judy's hat, Luce scarf, Norah Gaughan, Randy's gloves | 4 Comments