My current work in progress:

Geiger by Norah Gaughan, knit from Wollmeise Merino DK in the “Schwefel” colorway, using 3.25mm and 3.75mm needles.

More Changes

The Triquetra Capelet is no more.

Shortly after my last blog post, I decided that a. the yarn I was using was not right for the design, and b. I wanted to size down the capelet a bit. So I ripped it out.

I plan to knit it with a smaller circumference in a different yarn, which I have ordered. Since I am going to be starting over, I completely re-did the cable knot motifs used.

So when I knit it again, it will be longer, smaller around, and with a different cable motif. That’s all. 🙂

To kill time before my yarn gets here, I started another Viajante. Well, it is Viajante-like, anyway.

Viajante is a long skinny tube and as such, when worn as a poncho it is rather fitted across the shoulders. So for my second version, I changed the increases, increasing at each side until it hits the shoulder.
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I am using Dream in Color Smooshy With Cashmere in the “Medieval” colorway. I love both the yarn and the colorway!

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Lucy is thinking about it.

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  1. It’s a shame when things don’t work out as planned, but at least you appear to have caught it early! I just love the way “Triquetra” sounds. I do hope you keep the name 🙂
    Sava´s last blog post ..Yarn Along 5.22.13

  2. I’m sure the new-and-improved Triquetra Capelet will turn out great!
    The Viajante pattern looks awesome…I think I need to try it sometime!
    And Lucy-cat…don’t think too hard about it…it’s yarn. Be happy! 🙂

    Happy knitting!
    Stephanie S.´s last blog post ..WIP Wednesday & Yarn Along

  3. BreannaS says:

    So glad that I am not the only person who starts a project and then has to rip it out because of a change in size or yarn.