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Wednesday, March 05, 2008

Sleeves!

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I've been working on the socks a lot lately - the ones for the new pattern, so blogging might be sporadic for a few days. I did get the sleeves for the cardi cast on and started yesterday so hopefully I can get them worked up pretty quickly. Since they're just 3/4 length, they'll be faster than full length sleeves. Here's another link to the pattern in case you're interested, I realized that I haven't linked to it in a while. The yarn is Cascade 220, but I don't have the ball band by the computer so I can't tell you what color it is - sorry.

There was a comment the other day, asking about how to leave an email address. If you have a question you'd like me to reply to, you do need to leave an email address for me because Blogger doesn't tell me who is leaving comments. That does mean you'll need to leave it in the actual comment and yes, all the world can see it. I recommend that instead of leaving it as knitter@notarealaddress.com you leave it written as knitter AT notarealaddress DOT com or some variation thereof. The general school of thought is that the first way is very easy for spammers to just copy and paste your address while the second way takes some effort to be used for evil and most spammers aren't going to take the effort. Also, if you do have a question and you leave your email address, if you want me to delete the comment once I get the question, leave a note about that and I'll delete your comment, which will protect your email address also. Hopefully this will answer any questions!

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4 Comments:

Blogger Bridget said...

Thanks for putting the link in your post - I'd missed it the first time (times?), and really wanted to figure out where it came from!

9:43 AM  
Blogger Knittripps said...

Two sleeves at once? Seems like a good idea. I've never tried that before.

6:43 PM  
Blogger Sarah said...

It is the best trick ever. My first sweater (for my husband) I think I knit about 5 sleeves before some compassionate person clued me in... I still have a spare sleeve somewhere...

9:06 AM  
Anonymous knittin-gin said...

Thanks for the link to that cardigan - I immediately fell in love with it! I'm off to see if it's listed on Ravelry. Must queue asap!

5:55 PM  

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