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Tuesday, September 28, 2021

Some Actual Finished Projects!

Punchwork cardigan

I know it's been quiet around here for a bit, but I've actually finished a few things!  There's nothing huge going on around here, but I'm just busy enough that blogging had to get paused for a little while.  I have been knitting though and I finished my Punchwork Cardigan.  This is knit in Madelinetosh Eyre Light in Mandala.  I only used two skeins (but they're 465 yard skeins, so kind of big).  It's a super soft, little cardigan and I think it will be very wearable around here.  

Punchwork cardigan

I used a smaller button size than the pattern called for, and also fewer of them.  That was a personal taste decision.  I also stopped the yoke decreases a little early because I didn't want the neckline to be too tight, but I don't remember how early I stopped it - I was just knitting along and decided that it looked about right.

Mickael mitts

I also finished Mickael's Mitts.  These are the largest size of the Serviceberry mitts, knit in Cascade Heritage in Charcoal.  This was my first time using this yarn but it won't be the last.  I really liked the way it felt, both as I was knitting and the knitted fabric.  Plus, you can't beat the price!

I hope to get back to a more regular Tuesday and Thursday blogging schedule again.  I am still knitting almost every evening and I'm almost finished plying my combination spin, so there will be more to show you soon!

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Blogger kayT said...

I LOVE this sweater! And since I also live in Texas I am always on the lookout for sweaters that work in a warm climate (warm ha. I mean hot.) I love the blue too. Thanks for sharing it.

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