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Monday, July 03, 2017


My Jih pullover is completely finished and blocked!  This was really a fun knit, working with two strands of laceweight yarn held together.  I used Malabrigo Yarn Lace in Jewel Blue with Solstice Yarns Annwn in Avalon as my yarns.  Watching the colors blend and enjoying the softness and lightness of the knitted fabric made working on this project a pleasure.  I knit the sweater according to the pattern with the exception of the edgings, which I crocheted.  All the details and stitch information is on my Ravelry pattern page (because I do intend to make another one or three of these).  Theoretically, I won't wear this until October at the earliest, but I've got a pair of white shorts this would look really cute with...



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