Monthly Archives: April 2009

sock knitting

Last month I started a couple of pairs of socks with yarns from Cozy. First, the Berroco Sox, a self-striping yarn that we’d had forever, but I had never tried it out. It’s a simple toe-up sock with a short … Continue reading

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spiral pillow class

Last week I taught the last session of a 3 session spiral pillow class at Cozy in Durham. Mary, Tish, and Laura were in the class, and I have pictures of Mary’s and Tish’s pillows. Pictures of Laura’s soon to … Continue reading

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another scarf to save for cold weather

The bag of black Koigu KPPPM that I bought years ago through Great Yarns has dwindled a bit more. I used 3 or 4 skeins for a mini-Clapotis scarf, and finally finished it last week. This one will be so … Continue reading

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malabrigo sock yarn…

….makes a great scarf! This was a perfect yarn for a Frilly Scarf. I finished it just in time for warm weather. Oh well, I’ll look forward to wearing it next year!

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scrumbles mailed out

Though I haven’t accomplished a lot of yarny projects in the past few months, these scrumbles were finished and mailed out to some of the ladies in the freeform scrumble exchange group. I’m a little more than halfway through the … Continue reading

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