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Tuesday, August 03, 2021

A Very Long Time

Nuvem shawl

I started this April 1, 2020.  I finished knitting it April 24, 2021.  I finally blocked it over the past weekend.  This is the Nuvem, knit in Malabrigo Silkpaca (70% alpaca, 30% silk) in Paris Night.  I used four skeins and it's huge, but also super lightweight and can easily be twisted to be narrower and worn like a scarf.  I knit it on US 4's (3.5mm), but in hindsight, I wish I had gone down a needle size.  It's possible that the alpaca will bloom a bit as I wear it, but I don't know for sure.

Nuvem shawl

This was a wonderful project to have on the needles.  Perfectly brainless and easy to pick up and put down despite being big enough to be seen from outer space.  I might make another one at some point because it's just such a nice, big knit!

In other news, the fascination with the tent has not waned.  Noodle spends quite a bit of time playing with it and trying to get the spinning wheel out of it every day (and then he naps).  He's even tried meowing at the spinning wheel.  So far, the spinning wheel hasn't come out to play with his meows.

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