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Wednesday, May 16, 2018

Slowly But Surely

Jessica Jones cowl 
The cowl is bigger.  I keep knitting on it and it eventually gets a little bit bigger.  It is a very peaceful knit once I settle into the rhythm of it and I love projects like that.  I'm not really caring how long it takes (it's not like I'll need a cowl around here for at least six months), I'll just keep knitting!
Jessica Jones cowl
If I didn't mention it before, you can see that I didn't bother reskeining and washing the yarn after I frogged it.  With my arm situation, I don't need to be adding extra arm movements if I can avoid it.  I'll wash and block the finished cowl.



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