Knitting News


I was hoping this shawl would be off the needles but yesterday was a babysitting day and a three year old doesn't stop much anymore.  Maybe today I'll be casting off!  I love working on this super simple shawl pattern and watching my gradient colors shift from one to another.


I started a hat for me last weekend but haven't worked on it much lately.  Once the shawl is done I will be focusing on a 'me' gift.


Last but not least are my mitts that I ripped out and cast on in the larger size.  I've done a lot of knitting but little to show since I started over.  I love working with this earthy wool.


I'm reading:

Just Mercy by Bryan Stevenson (kindle)
Glass Houses by Louise Penny (kindle)
Everything Belongs by Richard Rohr
Trevor Noah Born a Crime by Trevor Noah

Joining Ginny

Comments

  1. Isn't it amazing how gradient yarn encourages you to just knit a little more? Gotta get to that next color!!!! LOL Love your little turtle progress keeper.

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  2. Love that hat pattern, can I justify making myself another hat? Three year olds and knitting don't go together at all do they? I remember having to sneak a few minutes here and few minutes there when mine were that age.

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  3. There are so many lovely colors in your gradient shawl and I'm looking forward to seeing them al once it's done and blocked. So beautiful!

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  4. I love the colours of our shawl. 3 year olds require eyes in the back of your head!

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  5. I love the gradient colors! Knitting with three year olds... I didn't knit when my kids were little, but I can imagine you can't get much knitting done.

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  6. Ohhh, I love the colors on that shawl! They're great!

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  7. The gradient on the shawl is just lovely! Happy October!

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  8. Great reading list! I need to add some Richard Rohr to my reading queue!

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  9. Beautiful colors in that shawl. Savor them as you finish up. The mitts look so pretty. Sometimes I think I am running out of adjectives to describe all the knitting. I love it all. I have yet to try Richard Rohr but I want to add one of his books to my list.

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  10. Beautiful shawl and a great stack of reading! Our almost 3 year old is on that brink of needing to be constantly watched and ready for shorter times of alone play. Busy times

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  11. Oh i love those mitts Great choice to show off that pattern WOWZA

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  12. That shawl is SO pretty! I absolutely love the gradient you are using. I wish the pattern was still available, I'd love to knit one.

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  13. Oh ripping and I were very acquainted with one another weeks ago. The gradient is very fun and I think totally your style.

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