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Jody Mason
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Another hot day for knitting
It was another miserably hot day here today so we opted to stay indoors where the AC keeps us comfortable. Barbara and Debbie were my only Chicks this afternoon but they were busy. Barbara's Country Rows scarf has grown by leaps and bounds and the ball of y...
Another hot day for knitting
Another hot day for knitting
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*FO's to show (*finished objects)
Debbie was proud to show us her finished self-striping scarf. She said it's as tall as she is but it will be a long time before she is ready to knit another scarf. Something so time consuming just takes the wind out of your sails. I think she's smart to beg...
*FO's to show (*finished objects)
*FO's to show (*finished objects)
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A beautiful day in the neighborhood
Miss Joules the kitty is still presiding over our knitting sessions. It was a lovely, breezy, cool day on the deck this week, so she spent all her time outside where she can nap or watch the local critters from the safety behind the screen. Elaine started a...
A beautiful day in the neighborhood
A beautiful day in the neighborhood
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I'm back!
Sorry for the long absence! I had back trouble which not only prevented me from meeting with my Chicks, it also prevented me from knitting! About the only thing I could do for a few weeks was switch from an ice pack to a heat pack! I'm glad that's over. As ...
I'm back!
I'm back!
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So hot even the cat was sluggish!
It was a hot one today! Even Joules was stretched out trying to stay cool.   Barbara finished her cowl for which she used Noro Silk Garden yarn. The colors are vibrant with a smooth transition. Her ponytail hat was made using our friend Karin's yarn in the ...
So hot even the cat was sluggish!
So hot even the cat was sluggish!
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We are good at knitting hats
We Chicks are knitting up a storm with these hats! Elaine finished her beautifully cabled hat for which she used Plymouth Encore yarn. It's a really nice blend of acrylic and wool, making it machine washable.  Barbara's hat is made with Noro Silk Garden and...
We are good at knitting hats
We are good at knitting hats
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Hats, hats, hats, oh, and a cowl and pair of socks
Elaine's cabled hat is closing in on the correct length to start decreasing for the crown. She's nearing the end of the ball of yarn but we encouraged her to keep on knitting because it sure felt like there would be enough to finish. And you know what? If i...
Hats, hats, hats, oh, and a cowl and pair of socks
Hats, hats, hats, oh, and a cowl and pair of socks
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Deck weather and a quick getaway
Today was our first day of outdoor knitting for the season. And it was lovely weather for it. Cool breezes and comfortable temperatures made for a relaxing afternoon. Barbara worked on her Spiral Hat using a self striping slow changing yarn.  Cinzia came ba...
Deck weather and a quick getaway
Deck weather and a quick getaway
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Not another one?!?!
You are probably getting sick and tired of seeing my 1898 Hat but I can't help it. When I wake up in the morning the stitches are already on my needle and ready to be knitted! It's a miracle! You know that old saying? When life hands you lemons, make lemona...
Not another one?!?!
Not another one?!?!
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Warm heads and necks
The 1898 Ha t is a self-knitting hat. This is my third so far and it's a pleasure to make. The pattern calls for 180 yards of yarn so Cascade 220, which is 220 yards, or Plymouth Encore, which is 200 yards, are perfect for this project. The earflap section ...
Warm heads and necks
Warm heads and necks
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