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Thursday, April 12, 2012

White Cranberry

I'm still working along on my White Cranberry Capelet, but I'm past the turtleneck now and on to the increases and cables!  I've added a few markers as well (at the top left of the photo you can just see my little lemon marker - that's my round marker).  This is a very well written pattern, and even though there's a lot going on at once (several different ribbing patterns, cables, and increases), it's not hard to work.  I've got it loaded into Knit Companion and I'm just knitting it straight off my iPad.  (If you have an iPad, you should take a look at Knit Companion.  There is a Ravelry group with plenty of support and information if you need it.  I haven't tried it on my iPhone, but it also works on iPhone.  Oh, and I have no affiliation with Knit Companion, I just think it's pure genius.)  I worked the Dragon Rider mitts in Knit Companion too.  Maximus likes it when I knit from the iPad because its the perfect height for scratching his chin.  I knit, he purrs and loves on the iPad.



Blogger Sheri said...

Really beautiful! I'd love to knit it but I think it would look better on someone your size rather than my size. Looking forward to watching it come together.

6:21 PM  
Blogger Connie Peterson said...

I'm getting a Samsung Tablet ... do you think this will work with that as well?

10:39 AM  

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