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Thursday, June 19, 2008

Up Front And Personal

oblique fronts


I've (barely) started the fronts to Oblique! For some reason, I've had to tink more on the twisted ribbing than anywhere else in this cardi - and the sleeves and back have 3 different stitch patterns going on at once. I think it's because typically I can do ribbing on autopilot, but with the twisted stitch, I have to pay attention. I would have hoped that by the time I got to the fronts I would have figured it out, but apparently not yet. Several times I was twisting the knits when I should have been twisting the purls so I had to go back and fix it. Maybe by the time I get to the front bands I'll have it figured out (not counting on it, but it would be nice). I'm done with the twisted ribbing part of the fronts and once I work the WS row that looks like a row of purls on the RS, I start the fun stitch pattern areas.

Thanks so much for the kind comments on the selection of my sock design. You guys are great! I'll be able to give more details on the book when it's closer to being published, but in the meantime, I'll be getting the directions and everything together for the design. I hope you love it!

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