Knit, link. Rinse, repeat.

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Knitted blanket goes 3D.

Double knitting. For a blanket.

This only works if you are a size 32.

There are so many versions of Daybreak. Here's another one.

A nice little stranded sock pattern

Nevermore, quoth the raven.

Real men knit. Yes, they do.

Crochet joke. Knitting story.

It is difficult to come up with an original afghan pattern. This one is.

KIP bingo.

Hidden fiber.

This is frickin' fabulous.

Found this at, appropriately enough, MadameDafargeKnits.com.

Tricksy!

The origin of the lopapeysa. Here's a nifty one.

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0 Responses to Knit, link. Rinse, repeat.

  1. Bev says:

    The slip stitch afghan is a pattern published by either Lion Brand or Red Heart. Not original, but still cool. In my queue forever.

  2. k says:

    I think I need to make the There and Back Again socks. In those colors. I am easily swayed. And a lopi sweater, and a fair-isle sweater. I think the fair-isle will win, after I finish most of the projects I have started all over the house.

  3. mary lou says:

    A fun fest, as usual. Oh I want that horse sweater. And would I were as quick quick witted as Mde DeFarge. (I actually typed knitwitted….)

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