knitting

Tundra Jumper, finished

This sweater has been "finished" for a little while, but even before the yoke was finished, I had a feeling that the proportions may be off. For my body shape, anyway. And so, after completing the neckline, I set about figuring out how to modify this (bottom-up) knit sweater to be more wearable. Then, referencing Episode 33 of Fruity Knitting, I cut into my sweater body, and carefully unraveled it...

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Creativity check, early March 2020

Every month or two, I do a little creative check-in, detailing current projects, whether finished, in-progress, or upcoming. Somehow, it marries the type A part of my brain and the creative side. And it makes me excited about materials I already own and provides some direction as I anticipate new projects.(Nearly) Finished ...

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A Mavis hat for Cooper

I captured a few of these photos before I sewed on the button, but they were too cute not to include. ;) I'm thrilled and he seems content when he's wearing it, so that's a success!...

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Creative goals for 2020 and finished Christmas socks

General plans/ambitions: Christmas socks! I received this yarn from my parents at our early Christmas celebration, and decided to cast them on right away, even if they wouldn't be finished by Christmas 2019. For these socks, I used the heel and gusset shaping from the Cyril socks pattern, since that produces the best fit for my high arches. I knit these just as a vanilla sock with my preferred numbers. The basic info is listed below, but for even more details, you can see my ravelry project page...

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