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Hat Swap

The Ravelry group set up for women due in October (and a few weeks on either side) organized two swaps: a hat swap, and a group baby shower.  I just received my swap partner’s package in the mail yesterday, and … Continue reading

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More sweaters!

Ok everyone… I am now *seriously* on a yarn diet for the next year.  I have plenty of yarn to knit, and I need to not accumulate any more unless it’s for a commission.  I have, however, completed the Christmas … Continue reading

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Ravelympics Finish Line!

I’m done! St. Mortiz for Dale is washed and blocking. The yoke ended up being a little different than I thought it would be, but James tried it on and said it’s wearable. Juniper certainly likes it: With the team … Continue reading

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Ravelympics Progress

I am *really* enjoying the color work for this sweater — it’s a satisfying pattern, and I love the colors Dale picked. Here are two progress photos I took on my lunch break today:

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Scarves, Sweaters, and Stash Knit-Down, Oh My!

The past month has been full of knitting.  I’ve been thoroughly enjoying making A Scarf of Cambridge Major, out of Rowan Cocoon.  I’m about halfway done with the third (and final) lead, and it feels like it will be very … Continue reading

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Making a list, checking it twice

I feel like the end of the Christmas knitting is in sight, and at the moment, there is only one baby I need to knit for, and s/he isn’t due until May (of course, their currently-four-year-old was three weeks early, … Continue reading

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Ravelry Founders at Simmons

Last night I went to hear Jess and Casey speak at Simmons School of Management. The audience seemed to be composed of more knitters who had heard about the event on Ravelry than business students!  Many of us had our … Continue reading

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