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That line from the end of (the original series) Batman always comes to me when Calann says, “since I last saw you”.
She is working on the yoke of the #396 Poncho. Every week we conquer another decrease row and then she has nine rows even to knit.
Cornelia is working on the Azel Poncho in Rasta (Super Bulky: 100% Merino, 90 yards) for her granddaughter. The pattern has one-row horizontal buttonholes that gave her a run for the money. She wrote out the (lengthy) directions step by step to make it easier to follow. I really like the one-row horizontal buttonhole, they do require more effort. Click here to view buttonhole basics from Vogue Knitting.
Interpreting the difference between “pick up stitches” and “pick up and knit” catch many people up short.
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|photo credit: Vogue Knitting|
It’s been a while since Trammi worked on this top in Anzula Dreamy (Fingering: 75% Merino, 15% Cashmere, 10% Silk, 385 yards) and Artyarns Beaded Silk & Sequins (DK: 100% Silk, 110 yards). We were able to determine where she left off based on her stitch count and her notes.
She worked the armhole on her cabled sweater knit with Anzula Cricket (DK: 80% Merino, 10% Nylon, 10% Cashmere, 250 yards). Now she can knit even to finish the back.
This face of her Flat Foot Floogie reminded me of Senor Wences. I’m probably dating myself, s’alright.