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Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Do you know what this is?

If you guessed that this is the beginning of the second half of Cambridge, you'd be right!  I finished the increase side of Cambridge and now I'm decreasing back to the other point.  I've also started my third skein of Pashmina (Madelinetosh Pashmina in Logwood).  Each row is a little bit shorter than the last row, so I hope to pick up some speed and get this finished soon.  Of course, it has to wait until I'm done with my November socks, but I've only got 24 rounds before toe decreases at this point on the socks.  Oh, and there was a question yesterday about the sock pattern I'm using, it's Mad Color Weave and it's a free pattern on Ravelry.   It is a good pattern to break up multicolored yarns.



Blogger Connie Peterson said...

Beautiful, as always ... hope Max is behaving so that you can get it done quickly!

10:57 AM  
Blogger kathyinva said...

toInspired by your blog, I am also working on the socks. I am finishing the sixth repeat, and the cuff doesn't look long enough. Should I risk not having enough yarn by adding a seventh repeat? I'm loving the way the pattern looks.


11:43 AM  

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