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Tuesday, July 17, 2018

Changing Gears

I was working on my Clair de Lune cardigan and thinking about whether or not I would actually wear it (probably should have thought that through before I started), when I noticed that I had somehow gotten off of the pattern.  I decided to take it as a sign and frogged it.  It's a beautiful cardigan but I'm not sure how much I would actually wear it in my real life.
Naturally, I cast on a new sweater almost immediately.  This is the Relax pullover which is similar to the Boxy, but slightly less boxy.  I'm knitting it in Hedgehog Fibres Sock in Dragonfly which is just an amazing colorway and I might currently have it stashed in three different bases.  This is my second sweater this year in a multicolored, varigated colorway and I really have no explanation for my actions.  Right now it's curling like crazy, so you only get a peek at what it looks like, but if you imagine a long, narrow rectangle, you've got a pretty good idea of what's going on.  This sweater is knit in pieces and I can't tell you the last time I knit a sweater that had to be seamed.  I didn't mind doing it years ago, so I'm not worried about it now.

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