Some more FO

chipsir's picture

Here are a few things I have finished for Family members

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santaml's picture

They are all look great. The receipients were lucky people.

Joe-in Wyoming's picture

Lovely knitting, as always, Dennis.

Books, knitting, cats, fountain pens...Life is Good.

ronhuber's picture

Such beautiful work, Dennis. Is the scarf double knit or is it knit in the round? You are amazing.

chipsir's picture

Yes Ron, it is my first attempt at double knitting. The sides are not as neat as I would like but I guess it will come in time. The scarf is for my sister in law who has a couple of miniture horses she enters into local celebrations and parades. All the other girls got lace shawls but she is not the lacy sort lol.

Kerry's picture

Lovely looking collection Dennis.

scottly's picture

Such lovey stuff - how can I become a family member?

chipsir's picture

What you mean scottly.....you are family!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Bill Carl's picture

Beautiful work. Such a neat job. I wish I was a family member.

AKQGuy's picture

I'm not sure how I overlooked this post earlier but I'm glad I found it. Wonderful work. I hope they appreciate these as much as they should.

chipsir's picture

Thanks fellows, I can say the family really do appreciate my gifts and it is very satisfying to knit for them....that is all except that *%^+@* Haapsula shawl with its 1000's of nupps lol.

TinkerJones's picture

nice.. especially love the ribbed beanie

HuskerChub's picture

Dennis
Where oh where did you find the running horse chart? Or did you chart it yourself? As an avid mustang (car) owner I MUST make myself one!
Shawn

CLABBERS's picture

Really nice work, Dennis! I just finished a second Jacques Cousteau hat and am pleased that it looks like yours! I really enjoy looking deep into your work to see the excellence of a such a talented artisan. Thanks for sharing them.

Tom Hart's picture

Beautiful stuff, Dennis! You are a real master of this craft. Beautiful!