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Tying up loose ends.

Nan finished her Westport Yarns Chevron blanket in the Plymouth Worsted Merino Superwash (Worsted: !00% Merino, 218 yards). It just needs to be blocked.

Her Transitions Boxed T Scarf came back from the finisher. It is gorgeous! Yarn: Transitions Lux Kit (Light Fingering: 49% Cotton, 47% Acrylic, 4% Metallic, 620 yards).

She is knitting the Vivacious Hi-Lo Pullover in the Worsted Merino Superwash for her daughter. While checking gauge I noticed was she was off in her stitch pattern (near the top of the picture. She took it back and began again. This is a great pullover. I knit it last winter and it became one of my favorite sweaters.

Calann had questions on her Tressage sweater; she was starting the asymmetrical shaping and it is a little confusing.

Lisa was furiously knitting on her Urban Ranch Shawl so that she could get help with the fringe. In the end, she decided to come back another day. I think there was smoke coming off her knitting needles! Yarn: Berroco Suede (Worsted: 100% Nylon, 120 yards).

Eleanor and I reviewed the neck/shoulder shaping on her customfit sweater. Yarn: Juniper Moon Farm Moonshine (Worsted: 40% Alpaca, 40% Wool, 20% Silk, 197 yards).

She continues to knit her Motif Scarf in Shibui Baby Alpaca (DK: 100% Alpaca, 255 yards). The pattern stitch is really interesting.

Eleanor finished her Churchmouse Colorblock poncho which is a variation of the Easy Folded Poncho.

Cornelia liked Eleanor’s poncho so much, that she is swatching knit one. Her customfit sweater is being finished.

 Night! I’m going to let sleeping dogs lie.

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