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Wednesday, June 06, 2018

Something to Fidget With

Lucet cord. Malabrigo indiecita 
A while back I learned to Lucet through a little class that involved emailed tutorials (most of them seem to be here - scroll down).  I learned the basic cord and set it aside, but then when I hurt my arm I got REALLY fidgety not being able to do anything.  I decided to see if I could make lucet cord since it's a different motion than knitting or crochet.  I could, but only for short bits of time.
Lucet cord. Malabrigo indiecita
I grabbed some leftover sock yarn and started playing.  I'm still making cord (slowly) and I have somewhere between one and two yards.  The yarn is Malabrigo Sock in Indiecita and I love the cord it makes.  I have no definite plans for the cord, but since I can use it for anything I would use a commercial cord for, and I can cut it any length, I plan to just keep making cord until I run out of yarn.

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Blogger Robby H. said...

I've never seen or heard of this before. Very interesting, and I'll look forward to seeing what you do with it.

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