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Wednesday, March 07, 2012

Calliope's Back

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I've gotten more done on Calliope's Odyssey.  This section is pretty easy to memorize, so it works up quickly.  (Sorry about the bad picture, it's overcast here and the flash is making the bamboo all shiny.)  I've got a little bit more of this section to go before I start the mosaic knitting section.  I've never done mosaic knitting so I'm kind of excited to try it.

I've also been thinking about designs lately.  I want to start designing more often, like I was in Virginia.  I had a design in progress almost constantly.  I took some time off from designing while we moved and have done only a little bit of designing since we got here, but I need to make it a regular thing again.  I need to write down ideas and sketch things that speak to me.  At this point, I'm wanting to design, but I feel like I'm going in circles.  I think I'm going to spend some time later today with some graph paper, a sketch pad, and a big cup of tea and see where that leads me...

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2 Comments:

Blogger Connie Peterson said...

I just love reading about Logan and Max ... they seem to be so much fun. I will enjoy seeing your new designs .. not that I will ever do any of them (sigh .. can't even get one sock finished) but might send some my daughter's way. Thanks for being such a fun blogger.

12:55 PM  
Anonymous Amy said...

Oooh! New designs!

BTW - mosaic knitting tends to draw in. Most folks suggest a larger needle than normal (not sure if you pattern suggests that, or if it's intended to draw in a bit).

2:25 PM  

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