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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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Shawls Totally Work for Summer

Even in wool like this one. It was warm when we took the pictures and I felt fine (except for when M had me face the Sun and I had to try not to squint but that has nothing to

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Lacy Cable Legwarmers Pattern

I knew if I didn’t get this pattern written up as fast as possible, I would never share it. So here it is. I would have loved to make it a beautiful downloadable pdf file but this will have to

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Project Run & Play – It’s All About That Place

The making has been slow going and I’ve been skipping a lot of sew alongs like Kids Clothes Week. But I will still work to fit Project Run & Play in. The new season is starting and this week’s theme

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She Needed a Hat

Or not because her dad bought her a cute one. But I wanted to knit one with matching mittens (nope, not knit yet) and I had this pretty blue Cascade yarn. And I’ve been wanting to knit the Side Slip

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