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Fast and easy shawl

Made this shawl for my sister out of worsted weight and 8mm needles. I started at the top and included shoulder shaping and a gusset. It is nice and roomy and she tells me it stays on very well.

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Two little sweaters

Just finished up two little sweaters for mi amigo Patricio. He just turned two years old.

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Vest

I had enough Kroy of the same colour to make a vest. It is just the ticket for these cool mornings and evening. My own design with Paton's Kroy, 3.25 mm needles.

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Happy Feet

Exam supervision means extra socks. Although all knitting is saytisfying, there is something special about a pair of nice warm socks. Happy feet mean a happy me.

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Doily

Jedward led me to a site called Yarnover where I found this pattern. I used #6 cotton made here in Mexico and 3.25mm needles. It was a fun and fast project.

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Too late for this season

Just finished a v-neck pullover that will have to wait until the fall to be worn. I used Briggs and Little Regal wool and 4.5mm needles.

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Blocking Lace

Mes Swansen, in "A Gathering of Lace", describes how she hangs a shawl with a sideways knitted on garter stitch border over a 4" dowel suspended between two cupboards to block it.

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Left over yarn

I tried to post this with the other shawl but it didn't take!!

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Highland Triangle by Cheryl Oberle

I made this shawl for my niece. It is from Cheryl Oberle"s "Folk Shawls". I used Briggs and Little Sport on 5.5mm.

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Last Vest Finished

I just had to do one border on this to finish it. It is done in Jamieson and Smith Shetland wool on 3.25 mm needles.

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