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Friday, September 12, 2008

Wabenschal Friday

Before I start babbling about my own knitting I need to remind everyone that Mystery Stole 4 will close signups at midnight tonight, Friday, September 12. (That's midnight MDT.) If you haven't signed up by then, you can't sign up for the KAL. If you do miss the signup cutoff, the pattern will be available at some point in the future for sale.

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OK, now that everyone has been reminded of that, I'll show you where I am on the Wabenschal. I haven't been knitting on it too much (been busy with stripes) but when I sit down and do a little bit on it, it really does go pretty quickly. I think that since it's extremely boring to watch a scarf/shawl grow, I'll only update this on the blog on Friday or if something really interesting happens with it. I like the lace design and I like the way it biases. It's pretty simple knitting and I can work on it in front of the TV so that's a good thing. I'm also working on finishing up the Water sock pattern and since I finished up the Basic Chic Hoodie, I'll probably cast on for something new this weekend.

Have a great weekend!

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3 Comments:

Blogger Connie Peterson said...

I am going to (shock) try that shawl with some wooden needles that Norm made and some yarn I have spun. We'll see .. I may end up giving it to Joy to finish, like that last one I started. It looks lovely!

8:44 AM  
Anonymous Jeanne said...

The shawl is really pretty - can't wait to see more of it!

7:58 AM  
Blogger Knittripps said...

Wabenschal! I have that in my Ravelry queue.

9:35 AM  

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