WIP Wednesday: Not Much

Thank you for all the input yesterday. I have decided to put the Arachne yoke aside. I think I’m done with it but I’m leaving the door open just in case I’m not. I have a full bag of the gray Plymouth Encore so there is more than enough for both projects should I change my mind.

The photo above is the start of the baby blanket. I’ve decided to knit a variation on Malt by TinCanKnits. I love the simple design of this blanket. The garter stitch is squishy and the stockinette is smooth. I like to imagine a toddler running their fingers over their blanket feeling the different textures. Right now I’m thinking I’ll change the pattern so that the blanket will have a large center rectangle of garter stitch surrounded by a border of stockinette and an outer border of garter stitch. But I’ll decide when I get there.

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9 Responses to WIP Wednesday: Not Much

  1. Krysia K says:

    What a coincidence – I was browsing on Ravelry just this evening and came across a cowl pattern by Tin Can Knits! Who’d have thought!
    Out of all the knitting designers in the world…….. to paraphrase Casablanca 🙂

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  2. That is a great idea, and I think a toddler would definitely enjoy the changes of texture. That is lovely yarn – you’re off to a great start!

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  3. chrisknits says:

    Glad you have found a path for the yarn!! Cheering you on from the sidelines.

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  4. kathyreeves says:

    This sounds like a wonderful touchy feely blanket, I love your plan!

    Liked by 1 person

  5. Stefanie says:

    A baby blanket will be well used and loved.

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