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Wednesday, December 30, 2015

Some Christmas Knitting

This was one of the projects I was working on before Christmas, although it wasn't a Christmas present.  This is Treat (I made it earlier this Fall in a raspberry color) in Bugga in the Satin Green Forester color way, and I made it for my Mother-in-law's birthday.  It was just as much fun to knit the second time as it was the first (although, let's face it, knitting anything in Bugga is fun).  I used a little more than one and a half skeins of yarn, but I didn't count repeats or get measurements before I gifted it.  It's definitely bigger than the one in the pattern, but it's smaller than the first one I made because my Mother-in-law is a petite lady.  She was very appreciative and has even worn it already.  Isn't it nice when the people you love are knitworthy?



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