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Finished a Few Things

I finished knitting a couple of things this week! First, I took a hand-dyed “sock blank” from Knit Picks (dyed around Easter) and transformed it from this: Into these: The pattern is Twisted, from Knitty. The sock blank was harder … Continue reading

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Handspun maple leaf shawl of comfort

Recently on Google+, a group of us decided to knit and crochet the Maple Leaf Shawl as a Fiber-A-Long in December. People went about getting their yarn and needles together throughout October and November, and wrapping up any loose ends … Continue reading

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Dragon Knitting

I’m following along with Kim Harrison’s dragon knit-along! This weekend’s homework was to knit 5 pieces of a wing: There are increases and decreases in these pieces, some of which are a little weird. I’ll be honest– Harrison could use … Continue reading

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Pretty Teal Shawl

I started knitting this shawl in February, using yarn I bought during San Diego Comic Con last year. The pattern is Dianna, and the yarn is a discontinued colorway of Zitron Filigran– long color repeats that were exactly what I … Continue reading

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3 Easy Patterns if You Don’t Want to Knit a Dragon

So, I’m going to jump on the Dragon Knit-Along over on Kim Harrison’s blog, and a few friends have commented that their skills aren’t up to the task. First, let me say: nonsense. The point of a KAL is to … Continue reading

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