Monthly Archives: March 2005

Thursday Thoughts

I officially joined the Mariah Along and have been knitting every free minute I can find. Last night I completed the ribbing on the right side and did a few rows of stocking stitch. After checking out a few of … Continue reading

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Houston We Have A Problem

I was trying a few of the new blog features I am now able to use and made a not so pleasant discovery. When I add a referring web sites function to the gutter I discovered I am getting referrals … Continue reading

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This And That

Here is a fuzzy photo of my Conwy sock in progress. The pattern is from Nancy Bush's Knitting on the Road. I started them last week when I was fiddling around with the Mariah/Guernsey Gals dilemma. They are sitting now, … Continue reading

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It’s The Real Thing

These are the gauge swatches I knit before starting Mariah. They are knit with Cascade 220. The top one is done on size 7 needles. I got 5.75 stiches/inch. The pattern requires 5 stitches/inch. The bottom swatch I did on … Continue reading

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Resurrection

Sorry to be AFB (absent from blog). Our computer suffered a near fatal injury: corrupt registry to be exact. We scheduled the Geek Squad for yesterday and after 2 1/2 hours our agent was able to wipe the system and put … Continue reading

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No Denial Here

Remember the lovely blue Cascade 220 I bought last week for the Guernsey Gals sweater? Forgetaboutit. 8 of the 10 skeins are packed up in the bag for a return to my LYS (The other 2 are destined for projects … Continue reading

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Where Is The Love?

Good Question. I'm not feeling it right now. The love that is. I do really like the yarn but I have a question for those of you that have used Cascade 220. When I wet my swatch last night real … Continue reading

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