Monthly Archives: September 2011

Knitter’s Block

The knitting slump has continued, and I blame the computer. It’s too interesting. So, I have taken the bull by the horns and started a couple new projects. The ostrich feather lace kerchief is a design by Dawn Prickett which uses … Continue reading

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As if I’m an expert…

…I’ve decided to tackle the book reviews next, since I have a few knitting books lying about that I’ve been meaning to read since they entered the house. Here is my review of: 10 Secrets of the Laid Back Knitters: … Continue reading

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Mitten, mitten, who’s got the mitten?

I think that The Mitten is done.  I still need to write up whatever-it-is-that-must-be-written-up about it, but the knitting is done (it still needs a blocking, however):  I went back to my original color scheme, went up a needle size … Continue reading

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Fair Isle Fun – take 3

I think I have mentioned that I hate The Mitten.  I may be making friends with it now though.  I’m working it again (that’s mitten #3 for those keeping score), this time going up a needle size for the fair … Continue reading

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The Mitten of Oppression

TKGA Level 2: Fair Isle Mitten.  Such annoying words.  I have now knit this mitten twice, and I still don’t really like it.  I’m trying to convince myself to submit this mitten, but I’m not too sure it will pass … Continue reading

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