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Tuesday, April 24, 2012

All Finished!

The White Cranberry Capelet is all done!  It needs a little blocking with the steam iron, but you can see how it came out.  I made the small size and I used Quince & Co. Lark in the Egret Colorway.  Loved the pattern and the yarn and I'm sure this is going to get some wear if we have an actual Winter this year (unlike this past "Winter" which really wasn't Winter at all, except by the calendar).  You can see by the shape that it flares nicely and won't restrict my movement.  Overall, a quick, fun project to knit!



Blogger Kristen said...


8:08 AM  
Blogger Laura said...

Very nice! However did you manage to get a photo without canine or feline assistance, though? (And have I mentioned how GORGEOUS your critters are lately?)

4:02 PM  
Blogger Sheri said...

That was fast - and I love it. Started mine a few days ago but I don't knit near as fast as you so it'll be a while. Beautiful in egret!

7:41 PM  

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