Knitting News

 


My knitting news isn't much since I've been exclusively knitting the same project for the past couple of weeks. That is what happens when a shawl is lace weight and on size four needles. 

I love working on this shawl so much and I'm seriously contemplating another one in lace weight right after this one. This might be too much of a good thing and I might change my mind. What I like about doing another one is using up more lace weight wool in my stash and not thinking too deeply upon following a pattern since the stitch design is permanently memorized. 

What are you working on this week?

Comments

  1. That pink shawl is simply beautiful! I've been working on a Hitchhiker for Ryan this week. I've also been working on it exclusively, so it's growing, too! (It should be growing more since it's fingering weight, not lace on 4s.)

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  2. That shawl is GORGEOUS! What a rich color and the pattern is perfection. I'm still working on the same sock and same French Market bag.

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  3. I am patiently working through the yoke of a sweater... and I am so.close to the great sleeve divide! :)

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  4. It's lovely! Sometimes working on just one project is very soothing.

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  5. Lace weight does take a good deal of time to work up, but that shawl is beautiful. I love the color.

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  6. Your little project bag is adorable. Lots of knitting and stitching (and shopping) going on here this week.

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  7. I've been monogamous to two projects (is that an oxymoron?!) - my Long Love - a long cardigan in fingering weight - and a sock .... slow progress on all fronts!

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  8. I am working on a shawl in light fingering weight on size 4 needles. Also very slow going.

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  9. I continue to work on the same two projects, a pair of socks and the Falling Water Shawl. Your shawl is so so pretty. The stitch pattern and the yarn colors are a great match.

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  10. Im about to cast on either socks or another cowl. I finished the fringed shawl and I have to clean up a few fat ugly fringes that ended up not looking good. It is easy, however, as the fringe comes off easy! Then Socks. I swear Socks.

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  11. Hi Karen,
    Your shawl very pretty in pink...and the pattern really looks interesting...
    ~Have a lovely day!

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