Knitting This Week

6:00 AM

It's Wednesday again and that means it is time for the weekly yarn along.  I'm joining with Ginny and everyone to share yarn and books.  WooHoo.  Another finished project for this week!  I finished C's ballet cardigan.  She'll get to wear it today to ballet class!  This was a super easy knit, however, I did make a mistake with the increase on one side of it.  Of course I didn't notice it until several rows later, so I just kept with it and it looks like I did it one purpose.   I made this with yarn that I bought at a crafting thrift store in Portland, Oregon.  I have no idea what it is, but it is pretty soft and it was in colors that she likes.   I would make this cardigan again.

Yesterday I restarted my Hitofude.  I had started it once before, but started over because by row three I was off four stitches.  But then I put it aside for Christmas knitting and some other knitting (socks and the above cardigan) and I had no idea where I was.  Although I had made notes, I wasn't that far along, so I started over again.  

I am still reading the William Kent Krueger books with his Corcoran O'Connor character.  I am also listening to one of my favorite Minnesota authors, John Sanford.  The audiobook is called Deadline.  It is the newest book in the Virgil Flowers series.  I have been on the waitlist since October and there is no renewal on it, so I've got to get it finished!  

Happy Yarn Along Wednesday! 

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  1. OMG, Miss C looks so big in her ballet cardigan. I love it Jen and the color looks so pretty on her. I have this pattern in my library and really need to cast on one for Emerson, thanks for the reminder.

  2. You did a great job on the cardigan. It looks great, Jennifer!!

  3. This is so cute and such a great colour for her!

  4. she is beautiful! Love the sweater and the ballet wrap design. Yay!

  5. she looks so cute!!!!!!!! love the sweater (and those GLASSES!!!!! adorable!)

  6. what a cutie! love the sweater, also :)


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