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Wednesday, April 20, 2005

Marching on, and on, and on...

Feather and Fan wrap update: Its now 20 inches long! I can't get a great measurement without pinning it out and blocking it a little and now its big enough to do that. I'm really happy with the way its looking. I've done this wrap once before in linen yarn but this is the first time I've done it in wool and there is a huge difference in the way it looks while I'm knitting it. The linen has enough weight and drape to hang nicely while I was knitting it. The wool is so lightweight and bouncy, it just fluffs into a little ball of a mess and its impossible to see what it looks like or tell how long it is. I feel better now since I've pinned it out and can see the pattern clearly. I was beginning to wonder if I should restart it with smaller needles - obviously not what I wanted to do this far into the thing. I'm actually pretty impressed with how far I've gotten on it considering I've mostly been knitting it during Caleb's swimming lessons. Now that I'm done with Oasis, I will have more time to devote to it and it should really start moving along. I'm definitely going to get some spinning done today while the little guy is at school and I promise I'll show you what it looks like. I'm sure you're all thinking I've just totally forgotten about the poor merino and tencel, but I promise I've been working on it, really I have.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Count me in on the MYSTERY!!

1:16 PM  

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