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Category Archives: Lace
After searching the blog it seems to me that I never showed you photos of Alex's lace shawl after it was blocked. How I could have forgotten to do this is a mystery, since this is a project of which … Continue reading
No, not a mouse. Worse! Dropped stitches in The Shawl Of Doom Wonder! I found the dropped stitches after I had bound off, in fact, when I was pinning it out to block it. Did I rip back to fix … Continue reading
Interweave is offering a download of Knit Accessories 2009 for 10 cents until August 29. Never one to pass up a bargain, I jumped on that bad boy immediately. Paging through it just now, I came upon this little lace shawlette/scarfy thing. … Continue reading
I am a charter member of the apostrophe police, and I currently trying to find out who I need to arrest for this egregious overuse of the little curvy devils. * * * * * This year's birthday was quite … Continue reading
This is the Shawl of Doom Loveliness being bound off. Only 300+ stitches to go…
When I showed you the tools that have helped me conquer this first lace project I left out a very important one: the needle. That is a 40" US#4 Signature circular needle, and it is the finest circ I have … Continue reading
I am slowly catching up on blog reading, where catching up = reading the blogs in my Google Reader Must Read folder and hitting Mark as read on all the rest. Or maybe it is the other way around, I'm not … Continue reading
Reading your comments on the lace saga post, I realized that I had not accurately conveyed my current situation. The lace has simply FLOWN off the needles since I wrote that post. I finished the body of the shawl late … Continue reading
The lace shawl continues s-l-o-w-l-y. Back around row 45 I figured out how to read my knitting and felt very proud. I continued with great confidence – and care – but around row 55 or 60 I found that … Continue reading
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