My current work in progress:

Pitch by Emily Greene, knit from Elsawool Cormo worsted on a US 6 needle

Lambswool, Baby!

For my next trick . . . This design is called Linsey, a pattern I purchased from Jamieson & Smith Shetland Woolbrokers. (That link to takes you to a page for a kit to knit this design, currently out of stock. You can purchase the single pattern via Ravely.) It calls for 4 undyed shades […]

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Pitch

I’ve dropped off the face of the earth for a bit due to ongoing mysterious health issues (not coronavirus-related). Still not back to what passes for normal, but I did manage to finish my Pitch cardigan, although my photography skills are not too great for this one. But you get the idea.

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Questions

And perhaps some answers. About my Summit pullover: “the collar seems to be 2×2, was it worked on larger needles?” The 2×2 rib for the collar was worked on 4 different needle sizes: I started with the same size used for the ribbing and then went up a size every 3″, per the pattern instructions. […]

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Summit Completed

I finished Summit last week. This is a design by Sloane Rosenthal, knit from Rowan Softyak DK, one of my current favorite yarns. The only mode I made was to knit the sleeves in stockinette stitch instead of 2×2 rib. Honesty compels me to admit that I did it by accident — I had several […]

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Summit

I finished the front of my Summit pullover the other day. The back is boring in comparison — it is straight stockinette. But ever helpful, Loki attempts to make things more entertaining.

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