Category Archives: cardigans

infinite yoke

As promised, a more current photo depicting the state of my cardigan progress: Sorry about the wrinkles, being hauled around in a tote bag every day will do that to a garment. But, you can see that I’ve joined up … Continue reading

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why I love my commute

Where else would I be able to get so much totally uninterrupted knitting time? This sleeve has whizzed along almost as fast as the urban landscape does every morning as I knit in the pre-dawn wee hours: In fact, I’ve … Continue reading

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springling

As promised, a peek at the starting of my newest project: Yes, just the swatch so far, but even that is pretty exciting in my current knitting world. After spending the last 3 months immersed in dark red 4-ply soft … Continue reading

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sidetracks

I’ve been mostly true to my main train knitting cardigan project, with the result that I’ve plowed almost all the way through the body, whew: Next up, casting on for sleeves! While it does make a good commuting project, the … Continue reading

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trainknitting

Still without my usual camera, but it turns out the phone does a halfway decent job. So, without further ado, my newest project for the daily commute, as it usually appears on said daily commute: One cardigan, nearing in on … Continue reading

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planning planning

Lately I’ve really been wanting to get back to sweater knitting. I love sweaters, but I tend to be a bit cyclic about making them. They’re a big commitment. For the last five years, I was living in Southern California, … Continue reading

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milestones in color

This past week I hit several milestones on Harvest. I used up the end of a ball of red yarn: Fortunately I have a second, and less than half of the knitting left to go. And, I started the neckline … Continue reading

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harvest bulletin: two pattern repeats

With a motif that runs over so many rows, finishing two of them on a cardigan body is a big accomplishment, thank you very much: Those waist decreases do help in moving things along. Of all the photos I’ve taken … Continue reading

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repeat one

I made it up to the second (of four) body decreases on my cardigan, which I’ve now dubbed “Harvest”: In addition to having half the body decreases done, I’ve also now worked one full repeat of the color motifs. It’s … Continue reading

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cardi-up!

Last week I took the plunge and cast-on for the body of my mega cardigan project: It’s taken me that long to get up to the first body decrease! Granted, I have had a lot on my plate, trying to … Continue reading

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