Tag Archive: Curried Cable jacket

Dec 22

Vacation means knitting time!

My vacation has just begun and already I’m enjoying the additional time to knit and crochet.  I finally got the second overlapping leaves sock finished.  They are a little large just about everywhere, but I still have the problem of the leg being a little too snug to slip easily over my heel to get …

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Dec 10

Let’s lose the placket.

I managed to finish the curried cable jacket without using another skein, and I’m pleased with the results!  I took apart the placket like I talked about in my previous post.  With the yarn, I was able to finish seaming the sleeves and set them into the armscye.  Plus, I still had enough yarn to …

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Dec 03

New Photos!

I don’t really have too much to post about today, but I do have a couple of photos to share of projects that are now finished. Let’s start with the fun stuff, shall we… As far as actual progress goes, I’ve sort of been piddling around with stuff.  I did manage to finish the first …

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Nov 26

Finishing is a bear

My curried cable jacket is so close to being finished I can taste it.  My one spot of annoyance at this point is that I’ve gotten all of the crocheting done and just need to seam everything together, but I don’t think I have enough yarn left on my current skein to do that.  I …

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Nov 11

Why I still crochet!

The curried cable jacket is just zooming along.  After taking so long to knit a sweater (which I absolutely love, not sayin’ I don’t), this jacket is reminding me of why I absolutely love to crochet.  It fulfills my need for near-instant gratification.  I’ve already got the back and one side of the front done.  …

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Oct 25

Shoulders Up

My Corona hoodie is looking fabulous.  I finished the second sleeve earlier this week and got the two attached.  I’m now working on the raglan decreases.  Of course, I finally got to the point where I’m counting the sleeve-head stitches to see how much further I have to go, only to discover that they are …

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Oct 17

Making a Matching Sleeve

One sleeve down and one to go on the Corona Hoodie.  I was tempted to get all type-A on this project and write down exactly how many rows I did in between increases on the first sleeve.  Then I thought, “Who on earth will ever be able to tell if the sleeves don’t perfectly match?”  …

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