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Thursday, October 20, 2011

Yep, Still More of the Same

I keep telling myself to work on the Austin Hoodie sleeves, but when I have a minute to knit, I grab the Cambridge.  From the comments it seems that you don't mind seeing it again, which is good, because it's all I've been knitting on lately.  I've finished the first skein and I've worked 2 rows in the second skein.  I did get a little pooling from the first skein (see the dark spot at the top right?) which was surprising, but doesn't bother me.  I have the stitch pattern memorized and it's going pretty quickly as long as people aren't talking to me too much (there's some counting in this pattern).  As fast as this shawl is growing, I'm afraid it's going to be a stay at home project before too long, which will solve the problem of the talking people, but will slow down the overall progress.  I might have something new tomorrow, but I wouldn't count on it.



Blogger shortoldlady said...

Absolutely lovely so far (I'm partial to purple any-hoo)! About how big will your shawl be (there are multiple sizes right)? Can't wait to see Logan in that one.

8:48 AM  
Anonymous Elsie Hughes said...

I love this project. I might have to knit it myself

6:09 PM  
Blogger Diane said...

I love seeing th e progress on your Cambridge. How much yarn do you think that you'll use?

I like seeing all of the pictures of Logan too. We had an 18 month old Golden that we just had to put to sleep because she had cancer. She looked a lot like Logan. Where did you get Logan? Did you get him from a breeder? My boys are really anxious to get a new Golden.

Thanks, Diane

9:59 AM  

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