February Knit Something of the Month Club
The Loopy Ewe this past year. The pattern I'm using is Pettine from the Sideways Shawlettes eBook. (First link is to a regular website, second is Pettine's Ravelry page which has links to buy just Pettine as well as the eBook.)
As the title of the eBook implies, Pettine is knitted sideways. If I weigh my skein before I start and weigh it periodically while I knit, when I hit the halfway point, I should stop increasing and start decreasing. This should give me a shawlette that uses all of my yarn. I would think that while the patterns in this little collection (there are 8 of them) are written for fingering weight, if you wanted to change yarn weight, you should be able to do that - just change needle size accordingly. I mention this because one of these shawlettes could make for a good little stash eating project and/or potential gift.
Also, It is snowing here today. Last night we got freezing rain and at some point it changed to snow. The wind chill is -1F. I'm not amused. Logan thinks the world turned into Disneyland while he slept. There's going to be a lot of hot tea around here today!
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