A ripping afternoon

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Keeping up ‘Enthusiasms’ for the new year (see yesterday’s post) I’ve had a ripping afternoon.

I remember starting this when a lovely new wool shop, Little Woollie in Beckenham, Kent opened. DROPS Muscat, a beautiful mercerised cotton, three different shades. I found the pattern and the knitted piece ‘hidden’ in my craft room. I was trying to adjust a child’s pattern and as it grew realised it wasn’t going to work out how I imagined.  I struggle with the gauge of DROPS yarns sometimes.  Does anyone else?

This is what I have now.  I am happily satisfied rather than guilt ridden with yet again another WIP or a UFO.

muscatwoolrip
A mini project of the future!  

 

 

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2 thoughts on “A ripping afternoon

    Dartmoor Yarns said:
    January 14, 2018 at 5:30 pm

    Well done on the frogging – something we knitters definitely don’t find easy.

    quietwatercraft said:
    January 18, 2018 at 10:25 am

    They are fabby colours together. Do you have a plan for what to make with them instead?

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