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Thursday, July 26, 2012

Camp Loopy Project 2

My second project for Camp Loopy is all finished and blocked now!  Isn't it amazing what a blocking can do?  This is the Emelie Cardigan knit in Spud and Chloe Fine in Redhot.  It was a fun and fast knit - just enough lace to break up the stockinette, but enough stockinette to make it go very quickly.  This pattern has three lengths: cropped, regular, and long.  I did the long version which hits about mid-hip (so it's not crazy long).  I think this will be great to wear this Fall and even into Winter.  It's just a classic cardigan shape and should work with everything.
For the third and last project for Camp Loopy 2012, I'm going to knit some socks.  I'm going to do the Cranberry Biscotti socks and upsize them to fit Mickael.  I'll make them for Christmas.  I'm using The Loopy Solids Series in Olive, Black and Tan.  Since the pattern is striped and stranded, I'll fulfill the two or more colors requirement, and making them man sized will fulfill the 500 yard requirement.  And of course, I'll have a Christmas gift!  Cast on for this project is tomorrow, July 27.

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Anonymous Amy said...

Those look like wonderful socks - I look forward to seeing how your colors turn out!

10:30 AM  
Blogger Cindy said...

Really pretty sweater!

10:53 AM  

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