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Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Cassidy Sleeves!

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I thought these would go pretty quickly and they are! (Isn't it nice when something works out the way you think it will?) I'm probably about halfway to the sleeve cap shaping, although I haven't measured them yet. I always have to add about an inch to sleeve length, which means I'm shooting for about 19 inches before I start the sleeve cap and eyeballing what I have so far, I'm pretty close to the halfway point.

Of course now that I am finally getting somewhere with this cardi, I've been trying to decide what to do next. I deeply love the Traveling Sweater, but I want to do a thing or two from my stash first before I go buy more yarn. I've got yarn for Chic Knit's newest pattern: Cerisara and I've got yarn for Pipibird's Snowbird. I'm leaning towards Cerisara since it's more "season appropriate" and the color I've got will also go into Fall (Fall here is not as cold as it is in other parts of the country, but it does cool down enough to need something like the Cerisara). Or, I could completely shift gears and do something in lace. Any opinions?

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3 Comments:

Anonymous Joyce said...

I really like Cerisara...but lace is always fun too!

11:37 AM  
OpenID doris said...

I bought Cerisara last week. I plan to use some stash yarn and have already swatched ....and because I love the pattern and the yarn almost to distraction, I am forcing myself to finish to WIP's before I can start. I am finding the need to force some discipline upon myself!

3:31 PM  
Anonymous Mady said...

Cerisara is lovely! Seems like the other two commenters agree.

9:35 PM  

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