Knitting at the Pond!

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Goose Pond
Knitting Corner
The Elegant Knitter

Spinners June Retreat
Sebago Lake 2004

Almost finished
(this could take awhile)



Dye Day at Louise's
summer 2002

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Shawls & Scarves

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Spinners Fall Retreat
Sebago Lake 2004

Goof ups,
Oh, I meant Learning Experiences

Shawl Challenge project
The Gathering, 2000

   Fiber Studio

Update (September)   Sometimes these things just go on and on, don' they?   Finally frogged this baby back to the panel shown below.  It could become a scarf, but, sigh, just not sure………..

Update (April)  I've decided this yarn is all wrong for the garment I'm making.  It's wonderfully soft and will make a lovely something, but I need a lighter weight, smoother yarn for this camisole project. Sending this baby to the Frog Pond

Update (Feb):  Have finished the edging, and then blocked, picked up stitches and have begun knitting up.  I'm a little concerned this might be too large…………...

Winter Camisole  begun in Jan 2010
Here's the camisole bottom border -- size 3 US needle.  Yarn is Baby Cashmere, an alpaca, merino, cashmere blend.

I like the hand of this yarn, very soft, and not splitty.  Branching leaves pattern is knit as a bottom border, then stitches are picked up for the rest of the garment.  Knit from the bottom up.

Cabled vestBamboo/wool yarn, size 5 US needle.  Started Dec 08

Finished, fall of 2009

Having made one trip to the frog pond, this vest is now finished.  I love this bamboo/wool blend  It drapes beautifully, but also has such excellent stitch definition that these cables really pop!
Size 5 US needle

Vest inspired by Berroco's Louella pattern. 
Created with Sweater Wizard