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TV Knitting

Last night I was watching the Golden Globes to look at all the dresses.  Not a one was knit!  Which seems very backwards to me, since they are all out to reveal as much as possible and still get on TV.  You can do so much of that with lace…  But there weren’t even wraps!  Which again seems counter-intuitive, because it was drizzling.

Then I stayed up to watch “The Pursuit of Happyness“.  What a great movie!  I cried and screeched “No!” several times.  It was Sunday, so no Craig Ferguson was available.

Needless to say, I got a lot of knitting done.  I finished, washed and blocked the unfelted version of my In N Out Mittens, included as a pattern on this blog.  I am really happy with them.  I cannot say enough great things about this yarn.  I hope to include a photo soon.

And I worked on the black cardigan a while, like a good girl.

Then, as the clock struck midnight, I cast on for the Knitted Purls KAL.  Can’t start before January 18th!  This game is to use the wonderful colors and variety of sock yarn, which many of us have stockpiled, to make something besides socks.  I ripped out a half-done pair of socks for this – I love this color for a lace glove.  The bamboo in the yarn gives a really nice sheen, which looks gun-metal silver in this black/spruce green/red yarn.  The colorway is “Cardinals in the Pines”, and that is exactly what it looks like – deep winter woods with flashes of red.  Should be very sultry made up in this way.

I am going with a glove pattern from an internet friend of mine “Ms. Create” called “Plumes”.  It’s great of her to share her ideas.

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