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Knitter's 82
Spring 2006

Knitter's 83
Summer 2006

Puff Sleeve Pullover (#7)
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Fall 2006

Cornflower Bleu
Knitter's 86
Spring 2007


Self-published Sock Pattern
December 2007

Woven Diamonds Faroese

Self-published Shawl Pattern
April 2008

Man's First Socks
Self-published Sock Pattern
June 2008

Hexagon Scarf

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Wednesday, April 07, 2010
Parade of Finished Objects...

Looks like I've got some catching up to do since I'm a Blogger Slack-off.

Haruni Shawl

I've been forever trying to decide what to do with two skeins of Malabrigo variegated laceweight, when I saw this pattern (Haruni by Emily Ross) go up on Ravelry it was destined to become a Haruni. Maybe not the best choice for showing off the pattern stitches but it turned out okay (remind me not buy this type of variegated color, not really my style, always looks better in the unwound skein than it does knitted up). The revised version of this pattern is easy to follow and fun to do, didn't take too long either.





Bayerische Socks


This pattern is by Eunny Jang, currently the editor of Interweave;

the pattern is here.


I think this sock pattern is gorgeous and tried several times to begin these socks.  The problem was that there are four charts and it was tedious and confusing to work from one chart to the next without losing your mind.  Finally I took the time to chart it myself in excel and once I printed it out it was smooth sock done and one to go.  The yarn is Cascade Heritage which I really like for this type of pattern as it shows the stitches nicely.



Starry Night Baby Blanket


Two neighbors' daughters are having babies soon, this will go to one of them for a shower gift.  It is really cute but a bit puckery, not sure how great it will look if it just gets tossed into the dryer,  I'll put a note with it that it should be dried flat for best results.  It was fun crochet project, took a little longer than I thought it would and got a little tedious/boring once I got past the cloud section but I'm happy with the way it turned out.  Pattern here.




Carol's Clever Little Shawl


I thought this was a nice idea but it's written for worsted or DK weight and I wanted to use Dream In Color Baby that I recently purchased.  I only had one skein and wasn't sure there would be enough yarn (I worry about that for every project!) but there was actually plenty.  Had to make some adjustments to the pattern to accomodate the lighter weight yarn and also to mirror the edging in a left and right direction, notes on my Ravelry project page.  The flower is from my Flower Scarf pattern and it still needs to be steamed.




Shetland Shawl Redux


I love my fingering weight brown Shetland Shawl but as I wrote in a previous post it was not large enough, I want to be able to wrap/snuggle into it.  So I'm glad that I took the time to add some length to the edging, it's much better now.   I'm working a better version of this pattern as I'm still trying to work out a nicer transition of the interlocking diamonds around the corners.



Posted at 11:50 am by MakeOne

April 7, 2010   05:09 PM PDT
That baby blanket is way cute!

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