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Thursday, May 29, 2008

What's up next?

Just because I'm not actually starting a new project right now doesn't mean I can't decide what to start. I'm on the home stretch of the stealth project (sorry to drag it out, I don't mean to taunt you with it, but it's taking 90% of my knitting time right now and I'm not able to produce blog fodder), so my thoughts have turned to what I'll start when I'm done. I do have to get the sleeves sewn into the Highly Modified Chinese Lace Pullover by June 1 in order to finish that KAL project, so that will be what I do immediately after finishing the stealth, but a Pink Lemon has to have a plan and I think I've figured out what I want to do next:

Oblique! I loved this design the first time I saw it and it definitely fits into my Something To Wear Over the Ubiquitous T Shirt and Jeans Which is the Official Pink Lemon Uniform of Life category, and just to make things really great, I already have yarn in stash that should work for this. (Just as a side note, I know that this is supposed to be 18 stitches over 4 inches for the yarn, but that's in Stockinette. The gauge for the sweater is 17 stitches over 4 inches in Moss Stitch and my Moss Stitch gauge is always bigger than my Stockinette Stitch Gauge so I'm pretty sure this will work.) I'm off to Ravelry to double check notes from people who've already knit it!



Blogger Linda said...

Looks like a great pattern. What color are you making it in?

4:01 PM  
Blogger Knittripps said...

I remember that pattern catching my eye when it came out. It is very pretty.

6:05 PM  

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