Knitting accomplishments.

In 2009 I pwned that four-row lace pattern on the chemo hat.

Not pwned:

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Encouraged by this tiny success, I engaged another, quasi-lace project, the Montego Bay scarf. This was an extremely complicated pattern, involving two (2!) stitches, repeated but offset over a two-row (2! row!) repeat.


After the catastrophic mental strain of the Montego Bay, I conquered short rows heels and toes and learned how to do them so I didn't get holes.

Before:                                                          After:
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And then I took it easy for the rest of the year, knitting perfectly ordinary hats and socks and scarves. The end.

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0 Responses to Knitting accomplishments.

  1. gayle says:

    After all that mental strain, the rest was well deserved! 8)

  2. Diane says:

    So, what’s the trick to hole-less short row heels and toes? They don’t fit me well but I’m damned if I can get them to look good.

  3. Kym says:

    Wonder what you’ll try this year. . .

  4. Cookie says:

    I knew you could do it!

  5. Dude, if you’ve mastered the short row heel you get to take off as much time as you like. That is a rule. Heck, it should be a law! Happy New Year!

  6. soxanne says:

    Oh, I was recently thinking of making the Montego Bay and wondering if I would be able to tolerate the complicated pattern 😉

  7. Chris says:

    Hey, have you ever considered a career as a surrogate knitter for bloggers who purportedly have knitting blogs, but really get no knitting done anymore? 🙂

  8. lisa says:

    Love the trim on those chemo caps! Montego bay hurt your brain? I’ll admit I had to start it, oh, maybe 4 times… but once I got going it was all good. Until I made the second one, which I also started more than once.

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