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There has been a bit more knitting going on here – some on the train, some in the café, and some at home… which means my current project #1, Vodka Lemonade, does have almost two sleeves now: I’ve opted to … Continue reading

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It’s time for a link roundup again – here you go: In German: Why a bicycle manufacturer sends his bicycles in cartons with a TV printed on them. There’s a knitting card game on Kickstarter – where you can knit … Continue reading

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So… I’ve swatched (to get an idea of how to do the brioching thing), I’ve cast on, and I’ve made sure the travel project actually does fit the “travel project requirement” – which is, coincidentally, “fitting into the project bag”. … Continue reading

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While my honeypot Vodka Lemonade is progressing nicely – I’m a bit below arm separation now, and it’s mostly plain stockinette for the moment, nice, breezy, easygoing knitting – it really is too cumbersome to take along on a train … Continue reading

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I mentioned knitting being done in those past days, right? Well, here is the current status of the result of knitting: That is “Vodka Lemonade” by Thea Colman, a cardigan with raglan sleeves, knit from the top down. I’m using … Continue reading

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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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