My current work in progress:

1. Ashburn, designed by Melanie Berg, knit from Woolfolk Tynd in colorways 6, 7, and 8 on a 4 mm (U.S. size 6) needle.
2. Myriad stealth projects.

Let’s Wrap

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I am continuing to work on my Ashburn Wrap: The middle section consists of a pretty texture stitch. While it looks good, it slows down the knitting progress! At this point I have only 6 more rows of this section. After that, it is back to mostly garter stitch. I’m hoping to finish this before […]

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A Head for Trouble

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First things first, the winner of a copy of As the Heel Turns: Taking the drama out of knitting socks by Hilary Latimer is Kris, who has been emailed. Thank you, Hilary, for sending me a review copy and supplying a second copy for my giveaway! And I have another book to review: This is A Head […]

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Twigg Stitch

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Another new book here! This one is Twigg Stitch: A New Twist on Reversible Knitting by Vicki Twigg (Interweave/F+W; $27.99). It is due out on November 13, 2014. I first read about this book in a Knitting Daily blog post. Shamelessly lifting from that blog, here is Vicki’s description of how she came up with […]

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As the Heel Turns

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I have here in front of me a new sock book: As the Heel Turns: Taking the drama out of knitting socks by Hilary Latimer. The blurb: The creator of Criminal Knits is back again, this time with a book for those who have tried and failed to knit the perfect sock. “As the Heel […]

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Segel Progress

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I am happily knitting along on my Segel wrap, and at this point I have worked through 1 complete set of gradients: I am loving how it looks and how nice the yarn is knit at a looser gauge. I enjoyed reading the comments on my last post about Loki and his desire to take […]

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