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Monday, April 16, 2012

White Cranberry Capelet

I've gotten a lot done on my White Cranberry Capelet!  I'm to the point now where I need to put it on a longer needle (or two) and try it on to decide how much more I have to go.  Also, it wouldn't kill me to weave in some ends.  So far, they're all dangling inside the capelet.  I think this is going to be cozy, warm for our cold, Texas winters.

As you can see, there was a surprise needle inspection this morning - they passed.  I have no idea what prompted the inspection.  I got out my knitting, got one picture taken, and when I started to take the second picture, the inspector had shown up. He checked needles for the remainder of the photo shoot.



Blogger Nicole said...

Such a cute needle inspector, though! Who could refuse him?

1:32 PM  

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