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My current holiday knitting has finally been finished! Now winter can come (it was a scarf). It is actually already blocked and the (two) ends are sewn in, so it really is finished and not just in the “finished but … Continue reading

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There has been holiday knitting, and there has been non-holiday knitting. The difference between those categories, by the way, is that holiday knitting has to be a) easy enough to be worked on trains, buses, and planes, so no utterly … Continue reading

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There’s been some knitting in the past weeks – not insane amounts, mind you, but a little bit. The Cushing Isle Sweater went on a little hiatus while we were on our paddling trip – I had almost finished the … Continue reading

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There’s been a hype (or something sort of like a hype) for knitting on big needles for a while, even extending to knitting huge, extra-thick blankets or rugs out of wool top (though why anyone would want such a dust-gathering … Continue reading

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Some interesting things I stumbled across: There’s a “Jumpers and Jazz” festival in Warwick that includes a men’s knitting circle. How cool is that? More cool knitting – there’s a guy offering scarf knitting via a stationary cycle matched up … Continue reading

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I have finished making my way up again on the first side of the Cushing Isle front part, and now I’m about to fix the mistake selvedge on the armhole side. Thankfully, it’s not as many rows to fix, and … Continue reading

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Stupidity has made a little bird nest in my brain, and I have managed to utterly and blissfully misunderstand knitting instructions. Consequently, now, Weird Things are being done here to fix this. I’ve misread the instructions for an overall stitch … Continue reading

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