Monthly Archives: October 2008

new scrumble for the exchange

This is #9, going to Jenny in Australia. It goes out today! Advertisements

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freeform projects

The 3 point scarf is coming along; I’m taking it into the pit so that I can work in the loose ends in the little bit of knitting time there is for Phantom, our current show. Here are some (hopefully) … Continue reading

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bad pictures of a fun project

I’ve assembled all of the big pieces that I’ve collected for this project over the last year and a half, and I’m pleased so far. After I weave in the ends I’ll add on pieces where needed. Can’t wait to … Continue reading

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back to freeforming

OK, I’ve taken a little break from the freeform projects—both my own and the scrumbles for the exchange. Now I’m ready to jump back in, and just for inspiration, I reread the new book by Renate Kirkpatrick today, “Freeform Crochet … Continue reading

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another cape!

This is one of the variations of Jane Thornley’s Feather’n’Fan Organic Wrap. Since I’m still dubious about my ability to wear a wrap with any confidence, I thought the cape version of this design would be a good idea. All … Continue reading

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finished capelet

I’m really please with this capelet in a few ways. First, it was a fun pattern to knit. I all but copied the shop sample at Yarnbirds in Raleigh, so choosing yarn was easy, and the knitting was fun and … Continue reading

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what I’m doing and what I *should* be doing

I’m participating in my neighborhood’s Artwalk in November, and I should be making some small items to include in that sale. I have things in mind for this event, and I know what I want to make. What I seem … Continue reading

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