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Wednesday, May 28, 2008

Remember This?

Ramius is trying to remember what it is too. It's the Gray Mist Bohus kit* I started a loooooong while back. Since I've finished up the Minimalist Cardi (except for the seaming) and I'm not starting another sweater until I get my stealth project finished (which will be later this week), I pulled out the Gray Mist. I got a whopping 6 rounds done last night but in my defense, I haven't touched it in so long, I had to figure out where I was and start slowly so that I could double check my gauge. I'm now up around 400 stitches in each round and I have one more round of increases coming up within the yoke section. I've also started the palest white color which will then start blending back to the darker colors, so I feel like I'm about halfway through the yoke, whether I am or not. The weird looking roll at the bottom of the picture is the folded down neckband that I will sew to the inside of the yoke at some point. I also have a bunch of ends to stitch down. I'm thinking I need to get started on both of those (the hem and the ends) or I won't want to do them later. Want to see it up close? Here you go!


*Click "Bohus Stickning" at the top of the page for pictures of all the kits. I must admit, when I went to get the link, I saw the Swan for the first time, and I think I might have to get that one too! Gorgeous!



Blogger Nicole said...

Very, very pretty! I keep thinking that Bohuses (Bohi?) are very pretty but "not my thing." This one, though, looks very much like my thing. Ack! I already have too many projects in my Ravelry queue...

10:55 AM  
Blogger Knittripps said...

The Bohus kits are so beautiful. I can see how one might become a little obsessed.

12:15 PM  
Blogger Julie said...

Ooooooh, Bohus! Very lovely. Hope you enjoy it, it's a beautiful pattern.

12:15 PM  
Blogger Bridget said...

Fortunately, Ramius seems to approve. Otherwise, I guess you would just have to forget about the whole thing ... ;-)

12:49 PM  
Blogger gwtreece said...

OOOOOhhhhh, I want the Swan kit. Be strong, be strong. I'm getting weak.

2:33 PM  
Blogger Tara said...

Oh my, your Bohus in progress is so pretty! I just procured a copy of "Poems of Color," and I'm Bohus-obsessed. I must live vicariously through you as I don't have a kit yet. You have to finish the Bohus!

Best of luck!

4:21 PM  

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