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Tuesday, March 17, 2009

A Sleeve and a Half


I've finished the first sleeve of Juno and I'm more than halfway through with the second sleeve. I figure I've got less than 2 hours of knitting to finish the second sleeve. I still haven't blocked any of the pieces of this cardi, so I'll do all of them together either later today or tomorrow before I start the collar. The collar is cabled and the stitch pattern is uncharted so I'll have to chart it myself before I start knitting it.

It's Spring Break here so I've got a sidekick this week. Yesterday he was very helpful with the groceries and I think we're going to start unpacking our big fish tank today so we can start getting it cleaned out. We have a 10 gallon tank that we got when we lived in Austin, TX but we never set it up in Virginia. Caleb has been wanting to set it up so I think I'll let him help me clean it out and get it going. We'll see how much we get done today.

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Blogger ayla said...

Does Rowan ever chart their patterns? I'm gearing up to do Harwood and I spent over an hour in three different programs charting the damn cable. I find cables much easier to do with a chart.

12:09 PM  

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