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Wednesday, September 07, 2011

Something New

 After I finished my Vitamin D cardi, I started Kleio, the first pattern from Romi's second year of seven small shawls, based on the Muses (all nine Muses will have a project in the book, but only seven of them get shawls).  Kleio is the muse of History.

I'm working on the top part of the shawl which is garter stitch short rows right now.  I forgot to get a picture of the other yarn I'm using so I'll surprise you with it later.  It's not really surprising, it coordinates with the yarn you see here which is Socks That Rock Lightweight in Rook-y (from the Raven series).  If the second yarn were surprising, it would be bubblegum pink or something that doesn't work with the raven black.  Maybe the second yarn is more mysterious than surprising.  Whatever, I'll show you the second yarn next time.  They work together nicely though, I think.  I also have to say that I love all these shawl/shawlette designs that have come out in the last year or so that use two colors of yarn.  It's fun not being limited to one color!


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