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Thursday, January 14, 2016

Another Loop

Yes, the Mohair Bias Loop is back!  When I was setting up the project in Ravelry, I counted and I think this is Loop #5.  It's at least Loop #5, it might be Loop #6.  How many loops do you have to knit before you have a problem?  We won't talk about that, although I have noticed lately that I've been both knitting and sewing multiples of patterns I like.   On the other hand, if I find something I like in a store, I tend to buy several in all the good colors, so maybe this is just the same thing.

Anyway, I cast on last night because I needed a brainless, portable project after finishing the socks.  The yarn is Rowan Kidsilk Haze Stripe in Chiaroscuro.  It's a gray with muted blue green and plum stripes.  You can kind of see a light stripe developing at the top of the knitting.  The skein is twice the size of a regular Kidsilk Haze Skein, so you only need one skein for a loop.  I thought the stripe effect from the yarn would be fun on the bias, so we'll see how this works out!



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