Wednesday, July 13, 2005

Silky Wool Branching Out done

It's done. I finished it about 10 days ago, but it took a while to find time to block it. I knit it with Elsebeth Lavold Silky wool, charcoal on US size 8 needles. I did 28 repeats. I wish I could tell you how much yarn it took, but I started with an almost complete hank of wool (I had used a little of it for something else), and had to wind another ball to finish it.

There is a close up on my blog as well as a picture of it blocking (not that that is very interesting, but it was my first real blocking project.

I'm really enjoying the KAL -- I don't post much, but I read all the posts. Keep it up! It really is a fun knit, although challenging. I had little happy parties when I could make it through a whole repeat without tinking.

Sandpiper Knits


Blogger Hungryfroggy said...

It's beautiful! Seeing finished objects like this really makes me motivated to finish my scarf!

3:31 PM  

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