I’ve started the fourth (of five) shade of blue on my cowl and I’m about to start the tiny waves. I will work the tiny waves until I have 8 grams of the fifth shade. It took 7 grams to cast on and work the beginning edging, so I’m giving myself one extra gram for the ending edging and and bind off, just in case. I do plan on using as much of this yarn as possible in this project. Also, I’ll just mention, the colors were true in the previous post (scroll down), they look more gray than they really are in this photo. Rav project page link.
On another topic, have any of you gone through the TKGA Masters Program for Hand Knitting? I’ve thought about it before, but haven’t done anything about it because I know I’m too busy, and honestly, I can’t start it now anyway. My next big project will be figuring out an overall plan for homeschooling Caleb through high school so he’s ready for college. I’m not going to try to get the whole thing carved in stone, but I need to make sure we’ve got definite plans so he has what he needs both before the entrance exams and when he graduates so he can get into the college of his choice. He’s in seventh grade now, but I want to at least have a road map before we start eighth grade. Once I have that sorted though, I think I could begin working through the Master Knitter program. I was just wondering if there’s anyone out there that’s done it and what they thought.
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