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Monday, March 21, 2011

Something New

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I promised something other than Snowbird and I've got something totally new for you this morning! This is Taygete from Romi's Seven Small Shawls book (this is number 5). I fell in love with the stripes the first time I saw it, but have been putting off starting it until I could get farther on Snowbird. If you're on Ravelry, it's fun to go through all the different color combinations that people are using. I decided to use a pale gray (The Loopy Solids in Dove) and an ivory (Dream in Color Smooshy in Crying Dove) for mine, but as I'm knitting it, I'm thinking of all sorts of other colorways this would be great in. I'll use the ivory for the lace section and the gray for the picot bind off, and then I'll decide if I want to do another one!

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2 Comments:

Anonymous Kate said...

How had I missed that pattern? LOVE.

I want to cast on, like, NOW. Well, once I finish that Clapotis, and that cross-stitch project I've vowed to finish. ;-)

9:32 AM  
Blogger trainlady said...

I just finished my Taygete in a purple and gray. It's a fabulous pattern and so addictive.

10:27 AM  

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