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Tuesday, July 30, 2013


I realize that Pogona pretty much looks like the last time I showed you (and the time before that), but I've gotten a lot done on it since you last saw it (no, really).  I'm almost finished with it, and I think once it comes off the needles, you'll be able to see it better.  I mean it's got to look better than a crumpled paper towel, which is what it reminds me of at the moment.

I've got two goals this week - finish Pogona and finish my berry colored cardigan.  I need the needles from one project and the cable from another for my Camp Loopy Project 3.  (I think, I haven't done a gauge swatch yet.)  I have other needles, but those are my old KnitPicks needles which have bad joins and a tendency to break/fall apart on me.  I don't trust them and I don't want to use them.  They also don't have cords that swivel and for someone like me who hates fighting cords on circulars, the swivel cord makes a HUGE difference.  I'm using my HiyaHiyas for as much as possible right now while I wait for my Dyakcraft Darn Pretties.  I hope to start getting those* in the next six months (give or take) and I can't wait to knit on them!

In the meantime, I've got some knitting to finish!

*I've ordered more than one set and the first order was at the first of this year.

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