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« Reply #10 on: October 03, 2010 10:41:14 AM »

Lapoli - Congrats on the baby!

I've got this sweater as WIP for um....a long time. I keep changing my mind and ripping it out and re-knitting. (Weight changes haven't helped either  Embarrassed  ) It started off as a all-over-cabled hip length cardigan, then a yoke-only cabled waist-ish length cardigan, now it's a twisted stockinette sweatshirt-ish pullover.


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« Reply #11 on: October 05, 2010 07:14:47 PM »

YAY!!! Baby lapoli!!! Congratulations a thousand times over!

I'm loving all of the WIP projects.

The scrappy wrist warmers are great - I'm going to have to make some of those. The random color blocking looks awesome.

I love the beautiful jewel tone of that hat! What kind of yarn are you using?

Buck - the lizard ridge pattern is turning out great! I love the colors you're working with. It kind of reminds me of honeycomb scarf I made a while back. But that pattern was MUCH easier than what you're working on Smiley.

How sweet of you to make a sweater for your daughter, elmom! I'm sure she's going to love it. It looks comfy and cozy and it will be even warmer since it's made with love.

Your sweater has gone through many transformations, ThreadOrYarn!! Ha ha! Don't give up on it!

striker - what's the status of your Giselle??

I haven't been knitting much lately. I've been busy with a big Halloween swap package that only involved 1 knitting project. Looking forward to chilly winter weather, warm tea and some cozy knitting days ahead!

Oh - and I still haven't finished the kitchner stitch on Mr. Lime's socks. He's given up.

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« Reply #12 on: October 07, 2010 08:02:38 AM »

striker - what's the status of your Giselle??

I finally got to doing the twisted cord for the bodice part.  I still need to do ones for the arms, but twisted cord is just such a time consuming/fiddly thing!  I promised my knitting group I would wear it next week (Tuesday), so hopefully it will stop raining for me to take some action shots!!
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