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« on: January 31, 2010 04:46:50 AM »

These were started last year and I finally finished them this year. Both are seamless, top-down sweaters. First up is Mondo Cable Cardi in Cotton-Ease. Collar was a little tricky. The designer posted extra instructions in Ravelry and it helped.

Mondo Cable Cardi (blog post)


Next up is Buttercup in Hempathy. Simple, well-written pattern with just a bit of lace to keep it interesting.

Buttercup (blog post)


These scarves were finished last year. One of them was a gift for a friend and the others went to charity. They made great mindless commute knitting.

One Row Handspun Scarf in Malabrigo Merino Worsted. I cast on only 22 stitches for a narrower scarf.

One Row Handspun Scarf


Scrappy Lengthwise Scarf in Spotlight Basics 8 Ply Acrylic. I cast on 30 stitches and knitted this widthwise.

Scrappy Lengthwise Scarf (blog post)


Another One Row Handspun Scarf in Spotlight Basics 8 Ply Acrylic. Cast on with 34 stitches and just knitted till yarn ran out.






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« Reply #1 on: January 31, 2010 06:56:22 AM »

Those are beautiful!, Lis!
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« Reply #2 on: January 31, 2010 02:33:14 PM »

That scrap scarf is inspiring!  I might try a width-wise version as well...I love the texture!!!
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« Reply #3 on: February 02, 2010 03:09:13 AM »

Thank you!

I really like the scrappy scarf. Doing it widthwise also makes it easier to lug around for commute knitting. I think I'll try it lengthwise one of these days with all the scrap yarns I have lying around.  Smiley
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