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I thought this would be a post about a Finished Object, as I washed and blocked my Akoya cardigan with a sense of relief … Almost. With a sinking heart, I gave in to the nagging suspicion that the sleeves were several centimetres … Continue reading
This week’s Friday Finished Object has built-in memories of fresh summer hues to carry me through the cooler autumn and winter days … It’s the Nurmilintu that I mentioned in an earlier post – a free pattern, largely based on garter stitch, with … Continue reading
You glance down as you’re crafting and realise that the end of the yarn is approaching … There are still 3 very long rows plus a picot edging to do … and picot simply devours yarn … You’re not sure … Continue reading
(* WIP = work in progress) So close, and yet so far! The knitting is almost complete; the finishing line is in sight for my latest project. The pattern is Olivette by Sandi Rosner, available via Ravelry (http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/olivette), and the … Continue reading