Kathleen finished her little green cardigan and even added some nice detailing with the yellow stripe. She must have a magic button box because she always finds the perfect button for her projects! This is one of the mittens she is working on now. By next week she will most likely have a whole set!
She is just that fast a knitter! And Barbara's 2X2 ribbed hat grew quickly during our knitting session. But I set it aside for a bit to work on my second Catkin.
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They are both fingering weight yarns. I know I made all sorts of negative comments about knitting this but after all was said and done I decided I needed another one. My new Catkin will be made using all of Periwinkle Sheep's yarn. The deep warm brown is called Murphy's Favorite Pint and the lighter yarn is Aqua. I love the combination of turquoise and brown as it reminds me of the Southwest gemstones with matrix running through it.
Take a run over there and have a peek after June 15th. I guarantee you'll find Karin's yarns irresistible! Posted by Jody Mason at 4: Wednesday, June 5, More yarn?!!! This week with the Chicks started off with a stash hunt. Our "Fairy Godmother" gifted us with nine shopping bags of yarn through which we excitedly hunted. Many thanks go to her for her generosity! Liz and Kathleen chose a few skeins to take with them and here they are thinking about what they will make. It never ceases to amaze me how much of a difference a thorough blocking will make in a finished garment.
I know I will get many opportunities to use this scarf. I can think of three different tops I wear that have either coral, pink, or purple so I know this will become a favorite. Kathleen finished the matched set I showed you last week and added a blue hat too.
The scarf is called "The Mistake Stitch". It's a very easy pattern that works into a nice plump almost thermal fabric. Cast on a multiple of 4 stitches plus 1. Then K2, P2 across the row to the last stitch, K1. You can make it any length and any weight as long as you use a needle of appropriate size to your yarn. It's a great go-to pattern for no-thinking knitting. Liz was showing us the suggested bind off method for a shawl she is knitting but she wasn't crazy about the loopy edging which had to be crocheted.
As it turned out, she wouldn't have had enough yarn to do the fancy bind off anyway so she opted for a traditional straight bound off edge. Kathleen started a cardigan sweater with the prettiest bright green wool, not quite the color you see here. One of these days I'm going to figure out how to get my colors more accurate! Carole finished her cowl on which she worked last Tuesday. She looks great in cowls. So good in fact The evening Chicks dove through the stash too and Dorah started winding a new skein right away for a colorful scarf.
Maureen is still working on her baby sweater and Beth was at the home stretch of a cabled hat. She did finish it in time for me to get a photo before the knitting session ended. Carole started a self-pleating scarf. It's a trick using stockinette and reverse stockinette that gets it to pleat by itself. I'm going to have to try this sometime. But for now I must finish the 5 projects that are on needles right now! How many projects do you have going at once? F Big Garter Cowl. F Hat and Cowl. F Diagonal Baby Blanket.
F Tam and Mitt Set. F Two Color Wrap.
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F Sideways Knit Hat. Average Adult Approximate Finished Circumference: F Diagonal Eyelet Scarf. F Brioche Lap Afghan. F Two Color Fairisle Hat. F Double Seed Stitch Cowl. Approximate Finished Measurements; Circumference: F Toe Up Socks. F Baby Hat and Socks. F Butterfly Stitch Cowl. F Simple Lace Cowl. F Two Tone Hat. Approximate Finished Chest Circumference: F Christmas Stocking Trio. F One Ball Cowl. F Striped Square Scarf. F One Ball Triangle Scarf. F Rib Columns Cowl. F Diamond Stitch Cowl. F Cross Stitch Stole. F Puffed Baby Blanket. F Texture Stitch Hat. F Three Color Cowl.
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F Seed Stitch Hat. F Cable Edged Shawl. F Mock Cable Socks. F Baby Hat Trio. F Woobie Security Blanket. F Cabled Pocket Scarf. F 3 Color Short Row Cowl. F Mock Rib Cowl. F Brioche Cable Cowl. F Rolled Brim Baby Hat. F Moss Stitch Cowl. F Yarnimal Teddy Bear Scarf. F Seed Blocks Baby Blanket. F Bobble Stitch Hat.
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F Palm Leaf Pillow. F Stained Glass Pillow. F Pond Lily Pillow. F Garter St Hat. F Drop Stitch Cowl. F Nettle Grove Cowl. F Striped Baby Hat. F Stained Glazz Scarf. F Textured Baby Throw. F Striped Diagonal Scarf. F Hot Water Bottle Cover. F Textured Boxes Baby Blanket.
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F Slip Stitch Cowls. F Lace Bed Socks. F Split Leaf Cowl. F Nickel and Dime Scarf. F Seed Stitch Cowl. F Dual Ridge Cap. F Mistake Rib Stitch Hat. F Scallop Brim Hat. F Granny Square Cowl. F Eyelet Stitch Scarf. F Crochet Edged Blanket.
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Longer mitts can be knit by adding a second ball of Stella Jacq. F Chevron Tube Cowl. F Fairisle Lace Cowl. F Revel Modular Kerchief. The mini shawl requires only 1 ball of yarn and an evening or two to make. Worked all in garter st, the kerchief is worked modularly from the center triangle. F Johanne Cowl with Buttons. F Slip Stitch Button Hat.
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F Baby Alpaca Cherish Cowl. F Homestead Button Flap Hat. February is Olympics Month! The Olympics have begun and we hope you are knitting during TV time. Remember it is not too late to join us in our Olympic Challenge. Place marker and join in the round, taking care not to twist the sts. Bind off loosely knitwise using a larger needle. Length will be about 10". Weave in all ends. You can also use Furisode or Kochoran- one hank.
All 3 yarns on sale this week at The Knitter's Edge. All are chunky weight, and just 1 hank of any one of them will work fine in the Cowl pattern above. Oceanside Organic is a DK weight certified organic cotton- no chemicals- no dyestuff- only natural cotton colors. Can be used with the many other Dk weight baby patterns we have at The Knitter's Edge. We also have 2 free sock patterns available- one for cabled socks, and one for yoga socks.
It is a self striping acrylic that makes up into a great baby sweater or hat. Just 1 ball will make 2 of the smaller sized baby hats shown in my last newsletter you can also get the pattern at the shop. Cleckheaton Country 8ply is a wonderful superwash wool. Although it is an 8ply DK it works up very well at worsted weight gauge. The 50g balls fill the pool this week- and are available at a bargain price that you shouldn't miss. You can email us at theknittersedge aol.
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