Monthly Archives: November 2009

Mitts

I decided to keep using the brown and purple tweed for my fingerless mitts. I have tried out how it would look with the blue Kid Classic I bought, but I didn’t like the combination, it made the teal blue … Continue reading

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Baxter mitts

Early update on the mitts. I can do fair isle. I’ve done four rows now. When I have to do more than three stitches in one colour, I wrap the yarn around the other one as described on the information … Continue reading

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Mitts and new yarn!

We went to Utrecht the day before yesterday to visit some friends who are going to have a baby. We had a very nice evening/night there, we laughed a lot. There is a little yarn shop in Utrecht: Modilaine, so … Continue reading

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New yarn

The new Kim Hargreaves book is out, Winter Blooms. I have been looking forward to it for weeks now. But I didn’t buy it. Strange isn’t it? I just didn’t like it as much as the other books. I find … Continue reading

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Emily and Lauren

My wool for Emily arrived, and I started ¬†knitting again. The sleeve was ready in one day, the next day I picked up stitches for the cuffs and knitted them. They were nice to knit, and look really beautiful. Those … Continue reading

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Ignoring Lauren

I have been ignoring Lauren for a few weeks now. Only knitting a few rows from time to time. I really don’t like knitting 1×1 ribbing on 2,25 mm needles. You can work for an hour without seeing any progress. … Continue reading

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