Finished and Casting On

I thought I'd share a finished project and some new projects in the works today


Noble Cowl


Joining Girls in sheep clothing....and a few boys too blog for a fun knit along starting the new year.  I've picked the pattern Stonecrop from the Brooklyn Tweed choices.  I've had this hank of cashmere in my stash waiting for the perfect knit.  So hopefully I will have enough yarn, if not I'll switch out to something else from my stash.  If all goes well, this might be the shawl for me for the wedding!


I started this sweater before the kids came home and I have no idea where I am, but once the weekend arrives, I'll be figuring all that nifty stuff out and resume my project.


Frodo wanted in on the action so he is displaying my scrap blanket in all of its glory.  Gosh, I do love knitting it.  I have no idea how big I will make it and I really don't think about that, I just enjoy the stitching and the warmth.

Comments

  1. love these! that sock blanket is just lovely!!! as is Frodo :) Hope you have enough yarn for the shawl!

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  2. I am still trying to decided on what to make for the KAL. I will make up my mind very soon! You much such beautiful knits.

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  3. You've expressed the perfect way to delight in all your knitting projects - just enjoy the stitching and the warmth! They're all lovely and I look forward to seeing more of them as you make progress.

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  4. The noble cowl is stunning! I love the colors and you did a beautiful job! I love seeing all of your knitted creations. :)

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  5. Of all the scrap yarn blankets I've seen yours is the best!

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  6. Sounds like a fun knit-a-long. I've had my eye on the textured triangular shawl for some time now.

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  7. Oh, your knit blanket is just wonderful! I love having a colorful knitted blanket on my couch! In fact, I have started 2 new knitting projects and am expecting yarn for a third tomorrow. Yay for new beginnings. Wishing you a lovely last day of 2014!

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  8. Oh, I can't have more than one knitting project going because if I forget where I am, it's all over! I am looking forward to being done with this baby blanket so I can move on to the next project. :)
    Yours are all beautiful by the way!

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  9. Lovely projects and good luck with making many more for the New Year.

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  10. Frodo is such a handsome fellow! Every time you post pictures of him, it makes me smile.

    I love all your knits. I hope to make a sock yarn blanket myself some day - it's a good way to spur myself making socks so I can use what's left for a neat blanket. ;)

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  11. Frodo is an excellent blanket model ;) Love all the new projects!

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  12. I have been eying that cowl pattern for years. I'm worried about the curling at the edges. I seem to have more problems with that than other people!
    I also hate it when I put down a project and then can't figure out where I am!
    Your sock blanket is so beautiful!

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  13. The cowl is very pretty and I adore your blanket! It is getting big and I can't wait to see how big you'll make it. The shawl and sweater patterns are beautiful!

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  14. All of your knitting is stunning Karen, especially the blanket, I love it.

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  15. So much knitting goodness Karen. The blanket looks amazing, and I love the cowl. Happy knitting!

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  16. Your blanket is amazing Karen. I LOVE IT

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  17. I love how the blanket turned out!!! And the cowl looks like it has such a beautiful texture.

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  18. Your finish is beautiful. I love that blue yarn. It is a very pretty color.

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  19. Nice! Your cowl is my favorite color for this time of year. I always start dreaming of pastels after Christmas :)

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  20. Hi, Frodo! I love that scrap blanket and I'm so glad you've joined our knitalong, Karen!!

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  21. The cowl is beautiful and the scrap blanket looks warm and cozy. Happy New Year!

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  22. I always love your projects, Karen! 1. I must knit something pink. 2. Stonecrop is so beautiful. And 3. Frodo! He is just the cutest! We are in the middle of our annual holiday viewing of LOTR. *hugs* and Happy New Year! :)

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  23. Great projects, Karen! I love them all, especially your blankie! It is coming along just great.

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  24. I love how your scrap sock yarn blanket is come along! I really like your noble cowl, I may have to put it in my queue. That would make a nice Christmas present next year.

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