My current work in progress:

Veronika Cardigan, designed by Shannon Cook, knit from YOTH Daughter in the Black Truffle colorway, using U.S. size 8 needles.

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Fry, fry a hen.

I really do want a cocoon style sweater, so I started another one: the Veronika Cardigan designed by Shannon Cook. I’m using the suggested yarn, YOTH Daughter, because I’d not used it before and wanted to try it out. I am using the Black Truffle colorway. My progress so far:

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I am getting exact stitch and row gauge with the suggested needle, a U.S. size 8. This is an easy knit, so it’s good for mindless knitting while watching tv or socializing, Knitting with black yarn in the evening can be a challenge, but since the pattern is easy, that’s not a big issue.

In other news, Vroni and Clara had a slumber party the other night.

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And in Loki’s world, he has a slumber party all day, every day.

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Comments

  1. Lestersmama says:

    OMG Bunny slippers!

  2. You make the cutest clothes for those girls! I can’t wait for your comments on the Veronika Cardigan. I would love to make a cocoon style sweater! Thanks for sharing!

  3. Oh my the dolls are so cute, Loki is so cute, everything is adorable.

  4. Barbara Burrs says:

    Your work is beyond amazing, Wendy!

  5. There is something that suspiciously resembles cat fur on the sweater. The doll jammies are adorable, and those bunny slippers!
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  6. Catherine S. says:

    Cool pattern, Wendy. I knit Shannon’s Timber last winter and it was a joy.

  7. Genie Cormode says:

    Awwww, “Caddie Woodlawn” reference…

  8. I looked at that cardigan on Ravelry and it’s beautiful! 🙂 Can’t wait to see your version.

  9. OK, where’d you get the bunny slippers? (Did you make them?!) Cute jammies, BTW. Also, I am constantly amazed at the positions in which Loki sleeps – it seems impossible! That looks to be a very wearable cardigan, and elegant. As usual, Wendy. 🙂