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A Mitten

Stephanie Pearl McPhee’s Cloisonee mitten caught my attention the other day – oodles of bright colors on the cuff – and even though I am in the middle of a few knitting projects, I had to try them out.  The cuff

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Project Inventory

Today is nearing the end of the spring break.  The weather has been wonderful, with a day of rain to clear the air, and sunny days with wind and fair skies.  The trees are budding into leaf, the birds are

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Double Knitting

In the past few months I’ve given thought to double knitting, which is the creation of mirrored patterns on a double layer of fabric. I’ve found some patterns that really have caught my attention. What really got me more interested

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94 Days Until Christmas

The Buttoned Cardigan is at a point where I have to focus and pick up stitches for the sleeves.  I like to do this when it is quiet, when there is good daylight, and I can listen to music that

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Isn’t it good?

There is just something about color knitting – stranded knitting – that gets me more than anything else.  Of late, I’ve been enjoying the making of hats and mitts and gloves, in cables and in lace, but ahhh!  Color!  Truly

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