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Summer Shawl

For the second year in a row I’ve made a shawl just in time for Summer with the expectation that it would be lovely for chilly night. Then, the chilly nights failed to materialize. I did use it on the

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Henry and Mudge Leggings

And also a knitting update because there isn’t much to say about the leggings but I’m excited about the knitting. But first, the leggings… Right before Kids Clothes Week, V came to me telling me that I needed to get

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Catching Up

Way back in February, I knit some Winter stuff for the girls. I never got around to taking modeled pictures because we had a lice issue and I didn’t want the bugs on brand new hats. The yarn had had

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Weorf Shawl

This is that third project from the 2017 Ysolda club. I finally got around to taking pictures on Wednesday. I hate doing pictures on my own because I have to run back and forth to the camera. My remote control’s

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Bourley Cowl

This was the fourth and last project from the 2017 Ysolda club. The first one was this shawl and the second one was this hat and mitts set. The third is missing only because I haven’t taken any pictures of

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Knitworthy

In my family, we don’t try to figure out what someone might like for Christmas or their birthday. We just straight up ask for wish lists. So I asked my sister what she wanted. She said she wanted me to

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Knitting For Me!

I finished these in August but it took me until last weekend to get pictures. It’s been so hot out until recently that I felt a little silly posing in a wooly hat and mitts. Of course, I forgot all

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