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Thursday, April 07, 2011

Damson - With Help

Apparently I have a new photographic assistant. See how he carefully holds Damson down for it's blog photo? I'm actually still in shock that I even got this picture, I have several pictures with his head in the way of Damson, but for this one, he pulled his head out of the frame and just held the shawl in his paws. The price of this assistance was that Damson got kissed. All of it. And a little of the yarn attached to it. Much kissy kisses. It will dry, it will be washed before blocking, and everything will be OK.

After seeing the cuteness of the paws, you probably don't care how the shawl is going, but it's moving along pretty well. I'm more than halfway through the top section of the garter stitch (and almost halfway through the entire shawl if you count by rows, and really, with the rate of increases made on this thing, counting by rows is the only way to go). I got back on this after finishing the test knit for my new pattern yesterday (it's blocking now).

Speaking of the new pattern, I'm editing the written out pattern, proof reading the directions, and cleaning the whole thing up today. Once it's done blocking I'll get photos and add those and tomorrow you can see my new pattern that Logan hinted at Monday. It's going to be perfect for Summer!

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Anonymous Robby said...

But is the new pattern, 'Logan Approved'? That's what we want to know.

12:09 PM  
Blogger Kim said...

Love those cute little paws! Can't wait t osee Damson finished. I have the pattern but have not tackled it yet. Really like the yarn you chose.

2:02 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

MY issue is with kitty spit. They pounce upon the yarn and you're never quite sure when the, um, moisture will arrive in your hands. How does one knit without animal assistance?

3:27 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Melanie's mom says the only way to knit without furry assistance would be to knit without furries in the home, and that would be no fun at all. :)

11:34 AM  

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