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Zarte Knospe Brethren

Apollo Zarte Knospe Brethren (5)
These are better pictures of the Brethren . This pattern is by our own Millard Fontenot.

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Baby sweater

I haven't been knitting much lately. I've been spending time on my quilting for Project Linus.

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Seed Stitch Cowl

I had some yarn left over from my son's slippers, so I thought I'd work up a nice hat. With all the seed stitch discussion we have had in an earlier post, I thought I might as well practice it, since I have never used it for anything. When I got to the place where I needed to decrease, I just couldn't find any good ways to decrease using seed stitch.

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SOCKS FOR ALYSON

I finished this pair of socks for my friend, Alyson. I've been working on my Summit Shawl (Wrap), but took a break from it so that I could do her socks. I've been promising her a pair, so thought that I would get them done so that she can wear them while the weather is cold.

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Top Down Raglan

Pattern: Hofsos Pullover by Stephen West
(http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/hofsos-pullover)
Yarn: Brooklyn Tweed Loft (Fossil, Woodsmoke, & Stormcloud)
Needles: US 7 & 8

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A gotland spin

This was a fun spin. I love this fiber. It is gotland wool and it spins like magic

Anders

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Brethren and some spinning

One done and one started. I like this pattern because is elegant and it is so easy to follow.

Apollo's Brethren
The spinning is gotland fiber.

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Slippers and Cowl

Here are the orange slippers I made for my son. I used Patons Classic Wool Roving Bulky which I substituted for holding two strands of worsted wool...much nicer to work with. Very soft. About 4 sts/in.

The cowl is made with Malabrigo Rasta Pure Merino Wool, super bulky in Ravelry Red...2 - 2.5 sts/in. I apologize for the blurry photos, but the red is so vibrant, it is hard to photograph.

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Yet another knit sculpture

Knit skeleton anyone?
It appears each bone was knitted individually.

http://bencuevas.com/2010/10/21/transcending-the-material/

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Anyone Know Which Stitch This Is?

I bought a blanket awhile ago and it said it was made in a sweater stitch. I'm not sure what that is and can't find it. Here's a picture. It's as clear as I could get it. I don't know what I would use it for. It drapes...that's pretty much it's function, other than holding body heat well. It wouldn't be good as a sweater unless you wanted one that would probably keep growing as you wear it.

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