My current work in progress:

1. Segel, designed by Lea Viktoria, knit from Miss Babs Yummy 2-Ply Toes in the "Draco" gradient set on a 3.5 mm (U.S. size 4) needle.
2. Myriad stealth projects.

Progress

I accomplished a lot of knitting this weekend. First of all, I finished my Camp Loopy III project, Brickless:

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This is a large piece, 120″ long on the top edge and 20″ deep at the deepest point.

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I think it turned out well — I an very happy with the combination of yarn and pattern.

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Next up, I completed Clue 1 of the Outlander MKAL . . . but no spoiler pics.

Third, I knit this:

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This is the “tongue” of my knitted shoe.

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Loki is speechless.

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Comments

  1. Cathie Jones says:

    No spoilers, eh? I bought the pattern but will not buy the yarn until I know if it’s something I need (and by “need” I mean “where-the-hell-would-I-put-another-shawl”). I saw somewhere that someone has woven a “Claire” shawl. Looks like the one in the first episode. First time I’ve been interested in weaving.

    Love, love, love the Brickless! Much as I love bright colors, I don’t wear them and am really attracted to items made in muted, or earthy, colorways.

    If Loki truly is speechless, he hasn’t known you long enough. LOL

  2. Shirley Gallagher says:

    Wow, you are amazing! Love the Brickless, it’s elegant and so soft looking. I can’t believe you knit a tongue. What fun! Your beautiful Loki is probably waiting to play with your sneaker.

  3. I have no idea how you can knit so quickly. How I wish I could! I takes me a couple months to knit a shawl! Oh well, at least it gets done. Hi Loki!

  4. Your shawl is amazing and those shoes look cool.

  5. Mary Tole says:

    I too am blown away by your speed, do you take time to eat or sleep? I’m like Patricia, takes me a couple of months for most shawls, if they are beaded much longer. I love the way Brickless turned out, I have the pattern and yarn set aside in my knit soon projects. It’s nice to get your input about patterns so I was please when you chose to make it. I love the tongue of your shoe, not many would attempt a shoe and it likes yours will be stunning. Loki is always stunning.

  6. Martha Frey says:

    I love the “Brickless” It has a tailored look. It would look great with business suits..

  7. Love Brickless, not sure about the shoes.

    Loki is often speechless, isn’t he?

  8. Gretcheng says:

    Oh my gosh, the knitted shoes are a scream! And how warm! I can see you now, on the chill winter streets of DC in full knitted regalia: hat, multiple cowls, coat, swants, leg warmers, socks, and color-work high-tops. :-)

  9. Love the knitted addition to your tennies! Double knit or Fair Isle?
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  10. Your version of Brickless is wonderful, and very wearable. I have liked the ones done in the zippy colors, but then couldn’t think of how I would wear that. But you’ve given me a new perspective on the pattern. I hope you enjoy the FO.

  11. Wow! The Camp Loopy III is gorgeous but I think I’m more impressed with the shoe tongue. LOL, what a fun project!
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