Monthly Archives: September 2011

freeform workshop with Prudence

Last week I went to the freeform workshop with Prudence Mapstone.  What could be better than an all day class with my favorite freeform artist?!  It was wonderful. The project was an organic wrap.  Our homework was to knit some … Continue reading

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speedy freeform

Last weekend I bought a few new tops, some of them in a different color range than I usually buy.  Instead of wearing them with black, I’ll want to wear them with brown.  This purchase, along with a lack of … Continue reading

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Cozy freeform class project

This fall, I’m teaching a class on freeform mitts.  Yesterday I finished the samples.  They are a short project, relatively speaking, for freeform.  I did these in a week.  You don’t even have to have a deep stash of yarns … Continue reading

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combining freeform with a pattern

This scarf started out as a pattern, Marilyn Murphy’s Off the Grid scarf.  Nice pattern, easy to work.  The yarn is Great Adirondak’s Soxie.  Part of the way through, I started to wonder what would happen if I left the … Continue reading

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The freeform silk scarf turned out nicely.  Not a single photo shows the lovely purpleness of the yarn, though.  My camera does not like purple, it turns it much bluer than in real life.  Still, I’m happy with the freeform.

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