Shaking It Up
Push for Progress

A Post-Unraveled Project

So.  What does a knitter do after unraveling a disastrous project?

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Well.  This knitter picked up her Alabama Chanin stitching and made spitty-raspberries at all things knitting for a few days.  

But then, I decided to let it go; that maybe a project like this would take the edge off a bit.  

This project is fun to knit, leaves plenty room for creativity and color-play, and - best of all - feels kind of fast.  (It's also a great way to use up all those single skeins of Koigu I've been hoarding with absolutely no plan in mind.)

How about you?  What are you making today?

 

 

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AsKatKnits

You my friend, are brilliant! Mary and I were just talking about this very thing this morning! Gorgeous! XO

Carole

Wow, that's a really awesome and unique pattern. I just wound up my homespun and I'm about to swatch for Jack's BSJ.

Mary

oooohhhh, I'm loving this! I'm completely smitten with the pattern and shared it with a girlfriend today - this might be our group KAL for the fall. Look forward to seeing how yours progresses, because YES! this does seem the perfect project to recover from that last one :-)

Juliann

I’m still plugging away on my Birkin, resisting the call of new projects

Bridget

Oh yours looks pretty! I have one started, but am currently trying to get a baby sweater finished before I lose my mojo on it. Fortunately, it's going pretty quickly, so hopefully it will be finished in the next week or so.

Vicki

LOVE THAT SO MUCH!!!!

margene

This looks fun, creative, a perfect item to wear and enjoy most of the year. The design is a perfect way to play with skeins of Koigu, of which I also have many. But, I'm dedicated to my sleeve or this sweater will never be.

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