My current work in progress:

Aspen, designed by Michele Wang, knit from Elsa Wool Woolen Spun Worsted Weight Cormo

Mega Cables

My love affair with big chunky cables continues! The photos here have a golden glow because I took them last night without a flash, and the artificial light has wreaked havoc with the actual color of the piece. This is the actual color of the yarn (photo lifted from the Elsa Wool website — it’s the medium […]

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Super Bowl Knitting

The Super Bowl takes place tonight and I have what I think is the perfect Super Bowl knitting project: This is the start of Michele Wang’s Aspen — a project that the designer calls a knitted robe, but I am calling it a knitted coat. Either way, it is a riot of complex cable motifs! I […]

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Twice As Nice

We are seeing double! No, nothing wrong with your vision: I knit two of them. From the back: These are Bohus cardigans for an 18″ doll: this pattern. I knit these using a gradient set of yarns for the colorwork — all shades of blue — and added some leftover tan yarn I had on hand. The gradient […]

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Dragons and Bohus for Dolls, Oh My!

I finished my Azure Dragon Cowl: I did not even bother taking a photo of the knit side since the purl side is so far superior in appearance. Here’s a close-up of the purl side: So very dragon scaly, right? I did do a fair amount of steam blocking upon completion because the knitted fabric […]

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Azure Dragon

I did finally get around to taking a photo of my Granito sweater. Here it is! Recap: This is Granito designed by Joji Locatelli. I knit it from Wollmeise Blend in the Pistazie colorway, using a U.S. size 4 (3.5mm) needle. I did not make the pockets as I figured I did not need any more […]

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