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Summer was made for knitting socks and other small projects that can be whisked off to the lake at a moment’s notice, but what technique is best? The only way to find out is to try them all! There’s plenty of knitting to be done, and plenty of sunny days and cool nights to do it.
For blocking my new Birch Shawl. I made this Rowan pattern many years ago out of Kidsilk Haze and it was stolen from the store. Since Rowan has the pattern for free I decided on a redeaux out of Isager Viscolin. It will be silky and drapey for summer.
Some of us have turned to Ravelry to knit something in honor of Prince – this is just a way to find our community and our people and embrace them.
This is how far I’ve gotten. I think there will be at least two more pair and then it’s all gone. The final total should be available next week. I’ll let you know!
This canvas we ordered for Annette made us laugh, so we just had to share it with you.
It’s okay to be stuck on a project. Move on to something else, appreciate that WIP for what it is, and eventually you’ll find yourself getting un-stuck!
(Find more inspiration from Stephanie Pearl-McPhee, the Yarn Harlot, on Ravelry.)