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What's On and Off the needles

Haven't done a knitting update in a while.

I just completed my first intarsia piece, a cowl in two different colorways of Noro Kureyon. It's clown-barf loud, but will be fun to wear with jeans or with my jacket.Pattern is Inspira, and it was fairly easy, and fun to knit.


Finally finished Dan's blanket and sent it off to him. It's a standard Log Cabin, using Cascade Ecological Wool.


Here's another cowl, in a rustic red wool from Fruitcake Farms.The pattern is A Grey Loop.


And a matching beret, the pattern is Persikkavaahtot.


Made my sister a simple scarf in Lisa Souza yarn, one of my favorite of the indie dyers.


This sweater needs, well, everything. It'll have lace down the arms and a matching lace cowl.


Here's the start of a large shawl in Manhattan Midnight, it'll have silvery-blue lace at the other edge. Cameo is the pattern, the yarn is Madelinetosh.


A beret for my mother, in Madelinetosh Vintage.


Comments (1)

Amy, your talent and creativity never fails to amaze me! I want to just take a nap on top of that blanket right now. And don't even get me started on how cute those berets are!

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