My current work in progress:

Merveille Du Jour, designed by Alice Starmore, knit from Virtual Yarns Hebridean 2-ply and 3-ply, using 3.0mm, 3.5mm, and 4.0mm needles.

Merveille du Jour

Done! This is Merveille du Jour, designed by Alice Starmore, which I purchased as a kit from Virtual Yarns. The kit includes a matching hat, and I do plan to knit it, but I’m starting something else before I make it, just for a change. Stay tuned! We are art the beginning of a government shutdown, […]

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First Project of 2018

While I started this in 2017, it’s my first work in progress for 2018. This is Merveille Du Jour, a poncho and beret set designed by Alice Starmore. I purchased it as a kit from Virtual Yarns, here. I’m working on the poncho, which is made in 4 separate panels, which are worked flat. You […]

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New Year’s Eve

2017 is drawing to a close and not a moment too soon. Not the best of years, but things could always be worse, right? Loki is getting in some extra naps in preparation for staying up to ring in the new year. I finished my Corrugated Shawl on Christmas Eve. Here it is, spread out […]

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Steamed

There as a comment on my last blog post about the block-ability of the Corrugated Shawl I am knitting; Love that yarn color and it does look like a fun pattern to knit but… is it really going to block out into a straight edged piece of knitting? I know blocking can perform miracles but… […]

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Corrugated Shawl

This past week, I started a project from Mason-Dixon Knitting’s newest field guide (#5) Sequences: the Corrugated Shawl, designed by Cecelia Campochiaro. The piece is obviously not blocked. I am using the yarn called for in the pattern: Crave Caravan, which is a glorious mix of merino wool, cashmere, camel, and mulberry silk. It’s sportweight, […]

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