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Wednesday, July 09, 2014

Just Keep Knitting, Just Keep Knitting

I’m still working on my Noro wrap, but I am making progress.  I’m almost finished knitting up the sixth ball of yarn (out of ten) and the last two balls will be used for the decreases to finish off the rectangle (which will make them seem to go really fast as the rows get shorter and shorter).

I really can’t wait to get this finished so I can wash it because everyone says Silk Garden gets really soft after washing.  Right now it’s kind of strange.  I realize that’s not the most descriptive word, but it’s really the best way I can sum it up right now.  It’s just kind of a strange yarn.  The color changes are interesting and I think most people come to Noro for the color, but I’m really curious to see how this yarn changes when I’m done knitting.

On a completely different note, I mentioned a couple of weeks ago that Logan had turned four (June 18).  Well, today Maximus is three.  He’s still pretty crazy, but with age has come great sleepiness, so the crazy is broken up by long naps - usually under the down comforter.  He’s an interesting, but fun little kitty.  I’ll see if I can get him to sit still for a photo later this week.  It’s hard to get pictures under the comforter.



Blogger Sageknits said...

This is really pretty! Is this a published pattern or a pattern you are creating? Is that linen stitch?

Thanks! kathy

8:12 AM  

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