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Monday, April 02, 2018


I spent most of the weekend working on Ramble.  I'm hoping to get another four rows of the Brioche pattern, but I'm watching my yarn amounts very carefully at this point.  I've also got to double check the ending directions.  I can't remember if there's another row or two before the bind off or if it's just a bind off.  I'm so close to finishing this that I'll probably try to get it done tonight.

I also started learning how to use the new KnitCompanion app.  I've been using KnitCompanion for years now (this turned out to be a good thing because Max has been known to grab a paper chart and go running down the hall with it), and I can't imagine knitting without it.  Of course I also use it for crochet and sewing patterns too.  With the new KnitCompanion NextGen app, there are some changes to how it works and how you set up a pattern in it.  I spent most of Saturday morning setting up some new patterns in it, and I think I'm getting the hang of it now.

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