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Crafting will follow the lurve.
I wuv woo.
I’m still working on a few hiccups (like the fact I can’t see pictures on Norma’s blog or Grumperina’s site and I can’t download my audio books from Audible.co.uk) but overall it’s been a smooth ride.
It’s going to be a scoop-neck summer cardigan (although when I’ll get around to making it is another thing all together).
I’m planning elbow-length sleeves and for it to be fitted, but not clinging. I’m going to work it in pieces to provide some stability for the cotton yarn. Oh, how traditional!
EDIT – Check out one of the Knitty surprises. A cardigan with the exact same stitch pattern – talk about weird!
Lookie what I got from Get Knitted!
You can’t see what the needles are (I wasn’t really paying attention when I took the photograph) but they are the knitting equivalent of hen’s teeth; 2.25 mm bamboo double pointed needles!!!
The 2 mm are too small and sometimes the 2.5 mm are too large. Just call me the Golidlocks of sock knitting needles, I suppose!
(Yes, three exclamations marks were strictly necessary.)
And check out that crochet hook! Mmmmm….. comfort grip …. 😀
And finally, Wanda rocks.
She held a blog competition/draw for her blog’s anniversary and I won 5 balls of Lion Brand Cotton Ease. The yarn is really light and doesn’t feel like an aran-weight at all. I see a nice sleeveless or short sleeved top in my future and I already have a couple of ideas floating around in my head.
Thank you, again, Wanda.
Brief, but all the better for it!