My current work in progress:

Moth Cardigan, designed byAmy Christoffers, knit from Rowan SoftYak DK in the Plain colorway, using U.S. size 3 and 5 needles.

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The winner of a copy of Seed Stitch: Beyond Knit 1, Purl 1 by Rosemary Drysdale is “knittingdancer on Ravelry” who has been emailed. Thanks to everyone who left a comment and to Sterling Books for sending my review copy and providing a second copy for the giveaway!

I am still knitting along on my Moth Cardigan. To give you some idea of its construction, here is one side of it.

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In this photo I’ve folded the first side piece into place and put the second side next to it.

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You can sort of see how it is going to look now, right?

In other news, I performed doll surgery on a friend’s doll.

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Her legs were really loose. Now post-surgery, Kit can easily stand on her own!

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Loki is busy, as you can see.

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Comments

  1. Barbara Runcie says:

    Great job on the dolly!! LOL Loki. I’m looking forward to seeing how the Moth looks on you.

  2. It looks like you are stuffing the doll with Loki fur!

  3. Great job on the surgery;O)) I really love the color of the cardigan.

  4. Barbara Burrs says:

    Wendy, your talent is mind boggling! 👍😄👍

  5. Mary Lou Keenan says:

    So happy to see that Dolly can stand on her own again. They are such lovely dolls.

  6. Even when so much of the world is scary and angry, Loki can always make me smile.
    Thank you for always including his picture in your posts.

  7. It looks like Loki’s legs are really loose, too!