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Something New> Last Minute Picot Edging
Knitting

Something New> Last Minute Picot Edging

In the process of finishing a design call, I might have made a small contribution to the knitting craft.

Like many knitters, I have often traded my knitting needles for a crochet hook when finishing a project. The main reason for me to do so is that most knitted finishing patterns -especially the more intricate ones- ask for a certain number of stitch multiples. In reality, when picking up stitches around a cardigan, a shawl, etc.; arriving at the corresponding multiples of 5, 8, … stitches could prove to be a difficult task…I came up with this scalloped edging after looking up various available patterns and not liking most for the project at hand. The few I did like were either too complicated or I could not smoothly pick up the required number of stitches.
So, my solution was to put together this easy to remember and knit patten…

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Back to Normal
Knitting

Back to Normal

As promised, I am back to normal!

Met my deadline ahead of time and managed to enjoy the weekend, most importantly, the World Cup Final. I was cheering for the winner and my husband for the loser, Just Great…

So now I can catch up with all my many, many “on hold” and “up coming” knitting projects. What are they, you ask? Here’s the list:

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A Hat For Lily
Knitting

A Hat For Lily

We have a new addition to our extended family. A new niece on my husband’s side.
I am currently a bit overwhelmed with work on various projects; but wanted to welcome Lily into the family by giving her something hand made. So I knitted a hat to protect her little head from the sun and keep it cozy…

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Custom Knits> Arman’s Vest 2010> Done
Knitting

Custom Knits> Arman’s Vest 2010> Done

It is soooooo good to get a knitting project done. Seeing the one you love trying it on and enjoying it; well it is just priceless!

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