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#423

My fingers are itching to touch that fabric. …


#424

Studded leather cowboy boots go with EVERYTHING. And so does wool!


#425

It is super soft and lofty. Even softer than it looks. I guess I should sew in the ends someday soon!


#426

Done! This is the Cannon Beach Cowl.

That Woolfolk Får is my favorite for this project; the chainette construction of the yarn makes it really lofty, lightweight and warm. Second favorite is the Malabrigo Merino Worsted (single ply, the purples).

And I made matching mitts, too!


#427

These are so adorable! Are these your own patterns, then? I’m envious!


#428

My niece brought me some Peer Gynt yarn when she visited her boyfriend’s family in Norway. I knitted my oldest son a Marius sweater.


#429

Made this Guernsey for my middle son-- he selected his own buttons.
Pattern was in the book: Norwegian Finishing Techniques
Yarn: Brooklyn Tweed Shelter in Birdbook Green


#430

Very cute - the boy and the sweater!


#431

I went a bit bonkers after giftmas knitting and now have 4 new projects in rotation.

No. 1 is Nukumori (from latest Knitty):


This had to be substantially ripped back, because of gauge issues – does anyone have any hints on figuring out reliable gauge on “lightly stretched” ribbing?

No. 2 &.3 are sweaters for me and the spouse (Carbeth & Missing Lopi):

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Color is way off in this pic – imagine gray and tan.

No. 4 are Mīlēt mittens:


#432

First mittens. They were my New Year’s Day’s cast on.
My husband ordered me some Finullgarn for Christmas. He meant to order four skeins but ordered nine instead!


#433

I just finished Section 2 of Speckle & Pop. It is my first Stephen West and won’t be my last. In fact I am fairly certain I will cast on another Speckle & Pop when I finish this one!

It’s a fun knit. He’s a genius.

Here’s my Ravelry project page. Eye candy below!