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I've been focusing on two projects this past week.  First off is the ever so addicting to knit baby sweater in a deep forest green.  Baby sweaters are delightful and fast!  I should be done with this sweater in a day or so.  It's amazing that human beings start off so adorably tiny.

I've tweaked this pattern so that I do not have to seam anything.  I knit the sleeves in the round and then pick up stitches at the sleeve edge while creating the body. 



The last of the scrappy cowls (I've made two here and here).  This scrappy cowl will be extra scrappy because I really don't have enough yarn to make the cowl in three colors.  I like the challenge and it stretches my creativity in a good way.

What have you been working on this past week?

Comments

  1. The baby sweater is adorable and I like your tweaks. Looking forward to seeing the scrappiest of the scrappy cowls as it grows!

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  2. Loving those colors in your latest scrappy cowl. Very pretty. And, I marvel at anyone being able to tweak a pattern the way you have - nice!

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  3. Love that baby sweater and bravo for skipping seaming! I love your scrappy cowl and can't wait to see what yarn comes next - it almost makes it feel like it knits up faster that way, doesn't it?

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  4. The skirt. The skirt . Rip. the skirt. I LOVE That baby sweater

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  5. Love the color of the baby sweater - so rich! and perfect for cooler weather!

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  6. That baby sweater is adorable. I am looking forward to seeing what yarns you use in that cowl.

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  7. Baby sweaters are fun to knit. Yours is going to be adorable. Scrappy projects are potato chip knitting - as in if I knit a little more I'll add another color. That pattern works up well in scraps. I'm currently knitting a shorter version for my sister's birthday gift but I won't be posting about it until after her November birthday.

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  8. Oh that cardigan is adorable, I love baby knits too. They knit up so quickly and they look so tiny to it is hard to believe that we all start out that size!

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  9. Oooh! Love the colors so far in the scrappy cowl! Hope you'll share details about the baby sweater arms. That EZ pattern is on my list of things to knit for my grandbaby.

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  10. I love, love your baby sweater! And you go on tweaking the pattern so it's seamless. Love that color. Green is one the colors I'm always drawn to.

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