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Cheeky Redhead (Iseaulte of the Clews)
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A finished pair of socks for Socktober!
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One of my favorite designers just published a new slipper pattern. It's got a unique method of construction and you can use any weight yarn to make them. I'm going to try and get a project done before I succumb to startitis.
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I spent today working on the two color rib section of the instep of my Jelly Roll sock. I'm very happy with the way this sock is turning out. Now it's just plain knitting until the toe.
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That's a really nice-looking sock!
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The heel and gusset of a plain sock are done. Setting this aside until I have lunch with +Suba al-Hadid sometime this week. I'll knit while she play's Ingress or catches Pokemon as we walk. We are amazing multitaskers!
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I started my 2nd Camp Loopy project. I'm doing a Waving Lace Top ( in BMFA Worthy, colorway Nudie Patootie. This yarn is 65% White Cashmere and 35% Bombyx Silk. Oh my this is a decadent yarn. I've complete the lace border at the bottom and now have to just knit until my work measures 16". This is going to be what I work on while I binge on season 6 of GOT.
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That looks very pretty :)
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Praying for Istanbul!
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I had to visit the frog pond and I have concurred second sock syndrome not once but twice!

Socks are my comfort knitting but sometimes that means I channel my stress and my gauge tightens up. This happened on the Monkey sock I had started last month. I tried the sock on yesterday to see how high 9 repeats of the pattern were and discovered that the sock was just to tight. Riiiip! I cast on again this morning.

Since I finished 2 socks I needed to cast on their mates. So, now I can just keep knitting.
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+Lydia Lynn I do knit two at a time. Just not the same two.
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I finished two socks today. A plain vanilla sock and a Jelly Roll sock. Now to start their mates.
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+Alana O'Keeve I don't mind mismatched socks but having them two different heights would drive me nuts. 
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I need to get the snark out! I'll be adding to this post through out the day.

We are all suppose to be mental health professionals. How do you not bring a pen pen to write with? 
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The main thing I learned today is working on a suicide prevention hotline shouldn't be anywhere near the top of my list of possible career directions.
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It's been a while since I posted any knitting progress. Today I finally got through the stockinet section of my Waving Lace Top and split for the front and back at the arm holes. I'm going to set this a side for the night as it's not good to do lace when your tired. Doing the decreases on the gusset of a plain sock is about my speed right now.
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It is the last day of the month and I'm not even to the point where I separate the sleeves from the body on my Windows to My Souls cardi for my first Camp Loopy project. That's OK. I'm just going to keep on knitting, keep on knitting. I will cast on my second camp project tomorrow because the yarn is just to yummy not too. It's a Cashmere Silk blend. But I'll post about that more when I have something to show. #porchsittingknittingandsipping
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It is still looking pretty 
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Numquam Dubitato!
I'm a a lot of things. Spinner, Weaver, Knitter, Photographer are some of the ways I describe myself. My photographs can be seen at I've been in the SCA since 1988 and am known as Lady Iseaulte of the Clews (was Blaecstan). I was made a companion of the Order of the Manche (East Kingdom Order of High Merit for Arts) in 1996 I am owned by two felines, Frank and Storm
Bragging rights
I've hiked in the Himalayas and been to both the East and North sides of Mt Everest. While at base camp on the north face my friend Monika Andrae and I did the Worlds Highest Stitch-n-Bitch.
  • Arcadia Unversity
    Psychology/Art Therapy with minor in Studio Arts - BA Cum Laude, 2008
  • Montgomery County Community College, Pennsylvania
    Liberal Arts - Social Sciences - AA Magna Cum Laude, 2005
  • High School of Art & Design, New York City
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