VillageKnittiot's blog

It's a pair!!!

Well, I stuck with it and actually caston, knitted and finished the second sock. I did switch to addi turbos rather than trying to knit the second one on addi naturals. Turning the heel is about the time the sigh of relief came. The next pair I've started is going from the toe up. I haven't quite gotten the hang of the two socks on two circs yet. So, I started them one at a time.. I think I will transfer them to a Magic Loop, once I get past the heel. I'll call this the 'Multi-method'

Cheers! (I have to say that, I'm in Australia this week)
Kerry

1st Entrelac

here's the 1st Entrelac i did. It was a learning piece. I issued a lot of explatives! I did find that the intersections layed a bit better if I didn't just pick up half of the stitch. Also, Foliage (forget who it's by... it's in my yarn album at home) was not fun for this project... looks cool, not much fun knitting though. Next time I'll use a more uniform gauged yarn.

Finishing up projects!






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Finally!! 

One sock down, one to go!  This sock was done on 2
circs (US size 2)  I used the Turbo Naturals...

I am also working on the Artyarns P50: Diamond Modular
Scarf.  Using US size 6 circ.  I'm knitting it

with the Plymouth Yarn Boku (very much like Noro but
half the cost).  I do find that it knits easier than

the Noro (less texture).

 

Black Shrug

this Shrug is made from Baby Alpaca Grande yarn with size US11 circ. Pattern is fairly easy.

CO 120 (I used long tail/slingshot)
K2P2 Rib for 7.5 inches
Decrease to 60 stitches using K2tog,P2tog
Continue Pattern of K1P1 Ribbing for 16 inches
Increase back to 120 stitches by
K1, M1-kwise (bar increase) PF&B across.
Continue in K2P2 ribbing for 7.5 inches, bind off.

Your piece now looks like an odd hour-glass. stitch sides up 9 inches from C/O-B/O edges. (top right to bottom right, Top left to bottom left. The narrow portion which is now left open are the armholes.