Monthly Archives: March, 2009

Rogue

I have been working on a sweater since Fall, and after a break from it, I’ve picked it up again. The name of the pattern is called Rogue and I’m using Cascade 220 Heathers which is 100% wool. It’s a pullover with a hood, was supposed to have a front pocket but I decided to …

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Sneak Peek

I just had a moment where the spelling of my title looked all wrong. Don’t you hate it when that happens? I am loving working on my Shur’tagal socks. It’s a fun pattern! I’ve done two repeats on the first sock so far and here is a quick pic!

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March must be Sock Month

I’ve been on quite the sock kick lately and finally finished the pair I posted about two posts ago. The pattern is called Primavera and it’s a free download for Ravelry users. I like it because it’s lacy but there are no holes. It was easy because the only fussy round came every 6th round. …

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Come walk in my Garden!

My SILK Garden, that is! The Silk Garden socks are done. Much to my dismay, I realized I would need to knit from both the inside and the outside of the ball to get all the lovely green and blue that are my favorite parts. So, I did, and I was able to blend them …

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I couldn’t take it any longer!!

That ball of Silk Garden Sock has been sitting in my closet and thinking about it was burning a hole in my brain! I have been dying to get started on it for a while now and I finally made a choice about a pattern and cast on the first sock this weekend.  I am …

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