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Thursday, June 14, 2012

Rocky Coast Cardigan

The Rocky Coast Cardigan is moving along nicely.  I've separated the sleeve stitches from the body and I'm working my way down.  Knitting at this gauge, everything flies off the needles, which is nice since I've been knitting so much in fingering weight.  Not that I mind fingering weight, it's perfect for this climate.  Sometimes it's nice to knit with a heavy worsted weight though - even though the weather window I have for wearing such a thing isn't very long here in Texas.



Anonymous Kim said...

I love this pattern but wasn't sure I could commit to making it for myself so, I decided to knit the smaller version for my granddaughter. You knit much faster than I so it will be good for me to see what it should look like as I move along - thanks! I enjoy reading your blog daily.

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