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Wednesday, October 07, 2015

Finished!

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I finished the Raspberry Mohair Bias Loop!  As soon as the temperatures drop around here, I’m ready to stay warm!  I did have to wear a jacket on last Friday’s run, but the mornings are a little warmer this week.
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In case you were wondering what these look like when they’re worn, here’s a modeled shot.  The loop is long enough that you can double it so that it snuggles up against your neck more.  It could also hold your ears back doubled up that way, if they’re soft and floppy.
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Oh, and remember how I mentioned how one skein of Shibui Knits Silk Cloud is perfect for these?  This is what I have left after all the knitting and Kitchener Stitching is finished.  I used almost every bit of the skein!

We’ll be back to our regularly scheduled blogging now.  I haven’t cast on for a third one - yet.  (Actually, it would be a third one this fall, it would be my fifth total Mohair Bias Loop.  I wonder how many of these I’d have to make before it would be a problem?)

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