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Thursday, December 30, 2010

Another Finished Project

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I've finished up my second Mohair Bias Loop! Yesterday I realized that Caleb was playing happily upstairs, Logan had just gone potty (outside) and had passed out in the kneehole of my kitchen workspace, and we had almost two hours before lunch time. I grabbed the Mohair Bias Loop, knit the last couple of rows (I had measured it the other night and knew I was only one inch short) and started grafting. It took about an hour, but everyone stayed happily playing and asleep and I got it finished without interruption.

The pattern is the Mohair Bias Loop and I used Elann's Silken Kydd in Winter White (it's currently out of stock, they only have the Cloud White right now). I used all of one ball of yarn and a little of the second ball. I knit it exactly as the pattern is written. Great portable pattern and it would make a nice gift (I gave the first Mohair Bias Loop to my Mother in Law for her birthday and she seemed to like it).

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4 Comments:

Anonymous Roz said...

Love it. Sounds like what I need right now, as I try to finish other stuff.

8:47 AM  
Blogger Connie Peterson said...

WOW ... that is so fine that it looks like the gauze used for bandages ..... only fuzzy. That would be absolutely fantastic for a present for someone (I'd like it .. hint, hint). You do such good work!

10:03 AM  
Blogger Bea said...

I knit 3 of them as gifts for Christmas. Grafting did take awhile and I had to be careful not to pull my stitches too tight. I used the Rowan Kidsilk Haze. Will definitely try Elann's Silken if I make any more. Thanks for sharing.

1:44 PM  
Blogger Knitting Painter Woman said...

As well she SHOULD like it. Beautiful.

10:51 PM  

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