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Tuesday, June 05, 2018

The Linen Stitch Goes Ever On

Jessica Jones cowl 
I'm still working away at my Jessica Jones cowl.  I think I've knit somewhere between four and five inches so far and I can definitely tell that my yarn balls are smaller, so progress is happening.  With some projects, I can knit for an evening and I can tell that there's been progress.  With this project it takes several evenings to see visible progress.  I'm not complaining.  As slow as linen stitch is to grow vertically, it's a very relaxing stitch to work.

I plan to knit until I've used all my yarn so I'm not sure how wide that will be.  The pattern mentions 10 inches for the width, but I think I started with a little less yarn, so my cowl might not be that wide.  This stitch is doing a great job of blending the two skeins and I can't see that one is darker than the other!

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Anonymous LeAnnW said...

Your project is coming along so nicely, I think I will try one. Which cast on did you use? there are several suggestions in the Ravelry projects and I like the way yours looks.

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