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© Brooklyn Tweed/Jared Flood
 Allison had questions on her Agnes Pullover.

 The directions were calling for doing three at once: place markers on the sides for sleeve placement, increases, and changing to the next color. Brooklyn Tweed Loft (Fingering: 100% Targhee-Columbia, 275 yards).

I noticed that (not too far down) she had a small section of random purl stitches on the right side. I asked her if she wanted me to fix them. She said no,  she had done the same thing on the sleeves so it was now a design element. I love that. Look at the wonderful flecks of color in this blue! It is gorgeous.

 Calann was ready to put the Unice Unicorn Hood pieces together. 

Check out the yarn/colors for the horn and hair.

This is the best “thank you” a knitter can receive. A picture of the recipient wearing what you knit.  Sweater: garter yoke baby cardi and my Baby’s First Hat. Both knit with Debbie Bliss Baby Cashmerino (Sport: 55% Wool – Merino, 33% Acrylic, 12% Cashmere, 137 yards).

Eleanor finished her Motif Wrap in Shibui Baby Alpaca (DK: 100% Alpaca, 255 yards). The pattern is so subtle and yet interesting to knit.

Her customfit sweater has gone off to the finisher.

She has started knitting my Making Waves Poncho in Berroco Bento (Aran: 80% Merino, 20% Silk, 98 yards).

Doesn’t Tucker look like a Cockatoo bird?

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