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Wednesday, April 26, 2017

Knitting and Knitting and Knitting

Eyre 
In addition to the sewing and crochet that has been going on around here, I have also been doing a little knitting on my Eyre.  The front is all stockinette and since I'm past the shaped section, it's smooth sailing at this point.  I folded it in the photo so I could see how far I had gotten, but the front and back are only joined at the shoulders - I'll have to sew side seams later.  (The stitch marker is there for measuring purposes, in case you were wondering.)  I am alternating skeins but I'm not completely sure how necessary this is - the skeins look close enough to the same that I might not have needed to alternate.  I'm so used to alternating with Madelinetosh and Malabrigo, I guess it just seemed wrong not to!

I've also been thinking about my next sweater project.  I have sweater quantities (SQ's) stashed of both fingering and worsted (and maybe sport weight now that I think about it) and most do not have a specific pattern planned for them.   Are there any great sweater patterns you've seen lately?

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