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The End of January: Industrious Needles Version










Well things have certainly been busy around here, a few new opportunities as well as trying desperately to finish up old ones all while having everyone sick sick sick. Not totally sure why this year has been so bad, perhaps because we have two kids in fulltime school and Little Baby No Sleep makes sure we only get the minimum amount to function? Who knows, but it has been a roller coaster of germs around here for the past few months. Thankfully in my opinion the best way to prevent getting sick is staying warm (maybe true, maybe not but it supports my knitting habit so be quiet), and there has been no shortage of handknits flying off the needles.



This is a new design I am working on using two colors of worsted weight wool, one plain and one variegated. Of course I suppose you could use two plain colors but really why would you miss an opportunity to work with gorgeous hand dyed variegated yarn? I am kind of obsessed see...



Also working on a size 6 for Little Big sister, of course her color is called Plum Crazy... of course... lol


I did not knit this but it is a sample knit of my Planche Vest Pattern that is going to be re-released next week in my personal PDF format. I added expanded instructions to make the areas worked around the markers easier to understand. This is the lovely Gretchen modeling her newly finished Planche Vest in Universal yarns Cotton Supreme, color denim.. she may be my friend who always picks blue.. but I'll never tell...


And lastly this rush job sock for the Paradise Fibers Yarn Club, I have been working closely with them this past week which has been a real blast (details to come later.) But watch for this pattern to be released in February when the yarn club shipment goes out! And this is Ivory's foot. Nice no?




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