My current work in progress:

1. Mighty Mini, designed by Rachel Henry, knit from Socks That Rock Worthy in the "Tanzanite" and "The Green That Sings" colorways on a 3.0 mm needle.
2. Myriad stealth projects.

Notes From Camp

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My Camp Loopy project is coming along very nicely. Here it is, spread out on my dining room table, which is 48″ across. For a shawl that is 60″ along the top edge, the pattern directs you to knit Wedge D a total of 28 times. I currently have 35 repeats of Wedge D. I […]

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Nymphalidea

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I will confess to you that in my head, I am calling this project “Nympho.” Much easier to remember and to spell. I think that it is interesting that when I Googled the word “Nymphalidea,” rather than get hits about butterflies (in the pattern description the designer explains that Nymphalidea is named for one of the […]

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Camping

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It’s June 1st, and that can mean only one thing: It’s the first day of Camp Loopy 2014! So this morning (well, actually in the wee hours after midnight) I set aside my Array cowl temporarily. Here’s what it looks like now: It is 7″ deep, so a little more than halfway there, since I […]

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Slow and Steady

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First things first, the winner of one of Gusler Design’s awesome knitting posters is Lolly, who has been emailed. Big thanks to everyone who entered the giveaway and big, big thanks to all who have backed Beck and her husband’s Kickstarter project! Meanwhile, I am knitting merrily along n my Array cowl. I knit and […]

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Knitprints!

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One of our knitting buddies, Beck, known on Ravelry as Lemonhalf, has with her husband launched a Kickstarter project: Knitprints! by Gusler Designs. I am a long-time fan of Beck’s work — she has crearted the graphic for my summer mystery KALs for the past couple of years (and she agreed to create a graphic […]

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