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Monday, July 30, 2012

Let The Games Begin!

I began my Wrought Iron Cardigan on Friday!  There were a couple of issues that first night (don't watch Opening Ceremonies while you're counting) but I fixed everything on Saturday morning and was able to move in a forward direction.  In my charming Obsessive Compulsive way I have a plan for getting this done and I've broken down the sweater into daily goals.  I'm a good 12 hours ahead of my goal right now!  What you're looking at here are the saddle strips for shoulders, the cardigan's back and the right front.  You're also looking at lots of yarn ends and waste yarn either holding stitches or being provisional cast ons.  I'll be cleaning things up soon.  Today's new goal is to complete the left front and join the body to work in the round.  I am loving this yarn (Madelinetosh Vintage) and will definitely be using it again in the future.  The color is more accurate in this picture than in Friday's picture of the skein (it really is a very dark blue green).



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