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What's On (and off) the Needles

Finished a few things, and began some new projects to work on during the flights to/from California next week.

A little baby sweater for my colleague Kat's baby shower this weekend. In a mulitcolored washable wool (Malabrigo Rios, colorway Arco Iris) sized to hopefully fit the baby her first Fall and Winter. I kind of made up the pattern as I went along, starting with a standard raglan top then using the Easy One Row Lace pattern for the skirt.


The Mr. Greenjeans cardigan pattern, in a variegated yarn I've had forever. Did most of this during our College Roadtrip in April.


A lacy pale pink cotton sweater. The pattern is Liesl, in a slightly smaller gauge than usual. So not my usual color, but I think I like it.


Started a pullover in a charcoal grey-blue. I like the lace at the neckline, which I'll repeat at the cuffs and hem. The yarn is Silky Wool. a very thin silk-merino blend.


Really easy lacy wrap (my favorite One-Row Lace stitch again) in a shimmery celadon green silk-merino-bamboo blend I picked up at the NH Sheep and Wool Festival. I'll keep knitting until I either run out of yarn or die of boredom.


The February Lady sweater that ate the internet a few years ago. In a wine-colored variegated wool-silk blend. (Malabrigo Silky Merino, colorway Campasitra)


Should keep me busy for a while!

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