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Monday, July 02, 2012

Catching Up

I got the Aurantium Blossom Shawl blocked last week (my June Knit Something of the Month project), but didn't get it photographed until this morning.  I knit the larger size using Madelinetosh Tosh Sock in Vermillion.  It was a pretty fast knit and I thought the stitches were fun to work (it uses Estonian cluster stitches).  This is a heart shaped shawl, which I love because it looks like a triangular shawl, but it stays on the shoulders easier.  Logan was very excited to get to model for you this morning because it's been a while since he had knits to wear.
I've also been working on my Camp Loopy Project 2.  This is the lower section of the cardigan and I'm just about through with the decreases - so I'm right about waist level on it.  This is moving along pretty quickly, but a certain kitten needed a refresher course over the weekend about what is and isn't acceptable knitting kitten behavior.  He responded by trying to eat the spray bottle.  It was that kind of weekend for him - he was either cuddling or attacking.

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Blogger Kim said...

Your knitting as always is gorgeous. And Logan...simply outstanding. What a fabulous combo.

10:10 AM  
Anonymous Amy said...

What a gorgeous shawl for Logan! Great color, looks fantastic on your model. :)

10:42 AM  
Blogger Carie said...

Logan looks positively regal - what a beautiful shawl! Your Camp Loopy Emelie has introduced me to another pattern for the queue too.

1:13 PM  
Blogger Vanessa said...

Wow Logan is such a gorgeous dog! You have really been plowing through lots of pretty items.
Shawl is stunning!

6:41 AM  

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