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.

Unobtainables

I got an interesting book to review in the mail this week: This is Unobtainables: Fake Elements, Real Knits by Allison Sarnoff & Heatherly Walker. The book contains 25 patterns that were inspired by fictional chemical elements. The table of contents is a periodic table of the fictional chemical elements: Note that they are nicely […]

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Moth Continues

I’m nearing completion of the first half of my Moth Cardigan. I ought to be able to finish the piece tonight. It’s kind of hard to picture it from that photo, isn’t it? It’s the right side of the cardigan, and the enter front is the long straight edge at the left of the photo. […]

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Moth Cardigan

Here is my progress for the week on my Moth Cardigan. It’s an odd construction: you knit each side separately and join the center back seam. It’s a bit of a leap of faith to knit as I can’t figure out too far in advance what’s going on. It’s a new pattern as well, with […]

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Yakity-yak

I finished my top secret stealth project, so can now start knitting purely for fun. So here we go! This is a cardigan called Moth, designed by Amy Christoffers. Kind of a loose “cocoon” kind of shape. I’m using a very cool yarn! This is Rowan Softyak DK in the “Plain” colorway. It’s 76% cotton, […]

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Lila

I actually finished my Lila Cardigan last Sunday night. The Lila Cardigan is a design by Sarah Hatton, the the pattern is free from Rowan. I used Blue Sky Fibers Worsted Cotton in the Mediterranean colorway. This was my August Camp Loopy project. After my last blog post on this project there were some comments […]

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