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10 December 2012

Flying off the needles

This weekend I am so pleased with what I have achieved. The red cardigan is finished and another sweater is well on the way.  That's what I love about knitting little things


This cardigan is 'Lucy' from Paton's Nursery Days - knitted in King Cole Haze.  It is acrylic but so soft with a slight fuzz.

Then I cast on Design G sweater from Sirdar Trendy Tots 4 - knitted in Sirdar Denim Tweed DK.  This will have a little collar so more of a rugby shirt style.

Nothing like knitting with a cup of tea in bone china
All achieved yesterday afternoon and evening
I have just been to give blood, so I am supposed to spend a quiet afternoon.  I really need to get my Christmas cards written so I guess that's a quiet job and something to cross off my list......

6 comments:

  1. I cannot tell you how jealous I am over your finished objects.Everything I'm working on these days is in a stage of limbo. Also, your teacup and saucer are AMAZING. LOVE the pattern.

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  2. Fabulous projects as always. the label caught my attention...I have been wanting to get some of those.
    Rest well!

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  3. That second photo is lovely, it makes me relaxed just seeing the yarn and the tea, as well as the fact that it is perfectly framed. I also love that you have tags for your knits, very professional.

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  4. The little red cardigan is just gorgeous. I quite like the rugby sweater too. It is nice when little garments knit up so quickly isnt it. I find it quite enjoyable to knit for my nephews and soon to be niece and nephew!

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  5. I wish I had your talent. Your projects are always so wonderful. The red sweater will be perfect for a Christmas Day photo!

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