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Wednesday, April 02, 2014

Another Something New

Yesterday as I was wandering around Ravelry, I noticed a new pattern: the Katama Tank from Angela Hahn.  I realized I had yarn sitting in my stash that would be perfect for it, so I wound yarn and cast on!
The yarn is Ella Rae Bamboo Silk in Coral (it’s a very pink coral) and I think it will be nice for a warm weather top.  I did add a couple of inches to the length because I like my tops a little longer than what the pattern is written for, but otherwise I’m knitting it as the pattern is written.  I am knitting the high back version (there’s also a regular tank top back version in the pattern).  It’s knit bottom up in the round, so I’ve got a big swath of stockinette coming, but I’ll get lace when I divide the front from the back (where I typically run out steam on a bottom up project).

I’ve had a bit of startitis lately, but I don’t feel overwhelmed by having all of these projects going at once for some reason.

Here’s a link to my Rav project page if you’re interested!

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