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Swift Yarns

What I'm working on now  - 
 
Almost done with my Bosc Hat by Robin Ulrich. Her pattern instructions were the most clearly written I've seen thus far. The hat has such a pretty cable and lace pattern. Knit it with my Cozy DK in Golden Delicious. 
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Beautiful !
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Birgit Fuchsbichler

Look what I made!  - 
 
Finally finished!
 
Heute endlich mein neues Schultertuch mit Ärmeln fertiggestellt, das ich schon ewig machen wollte - was Urlaub für gute Nebenwirkungen hat ;) Jetzt muss ich es nur noch herausfinden, wie ich am Geschicktesten spannen kann ....

Anleitung aus "Lace Collection" aus 02/2013

#stricken #knitting #diy
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Beautiful! Is this a shrug or a shawl?
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T Hampton

Look what I made!  - 
 
Red Beret and African Heritage Cowl (crochet)
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Jess Evans-Skudlarek

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Progress made on my latest sock project. It's a super easy pattern, which accounts for the fact that I started it at lunch today. #sockknitting #selfishknitting #socks #knitting #cuffdown 
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Yeah, I know... It's worsted weight on size 6 needles, which also helps. :)
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Swift Yarns

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I completely bypassed all my wips to get this done for my son who lost his knitted hat. This is Stephen West's Windschief pattern. Very easy and you can knit it in an evening. A great male hat. Fits snugly. Highly recommend. I knit it in my Cozy Worsted in colorway Log Cabin. #knitting #yarn
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That's very handsome!! I knit a hat for my hubby in the fall and he says that he feels the wind through it. I did it in a bulky yarn, so perhaps if I tried one in the smaller yarn and the weave is tighter and that won't happen....
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Beate Mieslinger

Found this!  - 
 
Some really beautiful projects there. I love the combo of colors and modular construction.
 
A love of improv patchwork quilting inspired Christina as she pulled together today’s Eye Candy post: http://www.ravelry.com/
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+Beate Mieslinger Thanks for the info. I looked at the English translation in Google, and while I can figure out a lot of it, there is some that is not clear. Thanks for your offer to help with translation if I decide to make one and can't figure it out! You are a sweetheart!
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Jenn Zeyen

Link my Blog  - 
 
And today I'm sharing the (simple) pattern I used to make my eye-popping pinwheel. It comes with a photo tutorial so please, enjoy!
Make a knitted pinwheel with this free pattern and photo tutorial. These shapes are fun to knit & easy to work up to any size in any yarn.
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Jeremiah Burns (Jerry)

What I'm working on now  - 
 
 
When you're new to knitting, you learn all kinds of 'fun things' before it all starts to come together.

Take this gem: I'm around 70% through the whole project...over 46,000 stitches and enough yarn to run up and down a football field more than 6 times.

Then this shows up. This is the end of the yarn coming off the ball of wool. It's where the yarn-makers had to splice two strands of yarn together to complete the ball.

I'm 5 rows into the 18-row stripe when this shows up. This cannot sit in the middle of my row like some tumourous growth.

So I have to "tink" or "frog" back the 5 rows...cut out the evil thing...and re-stitch.

Bah well. I've come this far. Might as well do it right.
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As it's only 5 rows, I'm not particularly bothered about frogging it back. After this long, 5 rows is not anything to concern myself with. And incidentally, I'm using acrylic. Not for any particular reason than that's what I ended up with. I'm new enough to knitting that I didn't really know the difference at the time.
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Nicole Killion

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Several different studies support that knitting—and crafting in general—serves as a natural anti-depressant, helps ease anxiety and stress, can protect your brain from aging and has the effects as meditation.
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Nicole Killion

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I love to knit. It's relaxing and helps me with my patience. :)
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Ashley Paz

Crocheters Unite!  - 
 
I have finished the set!

Top row left to right: Happy, Grumpy, Dopey, Snow White.

Bottom row left to right: Sneezy, Sleepy, Doc, Bashful.

They all turned out well, and have gone to their new home!
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Halliday Nelson

Found this!  - 
 
Have you seen the new Celtic-inspired patterns on Knit Picks? They are so stunning! I can't wait to finish my current projects so I can get started on these!
Go on a Celtic Journey with eight patterns that will make you feel in touch with the rolling green hills of the lush countryside. From cabled blankets and accessories to iconic sweaters you'll be wear proudly, this show stopping collection of rich textures, gorgeous colors, and traditional knits with a modern twist will prove challenging enough to take you on a true crafting adventure, over and over again. The patterns in Celtic Journey include:...
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+Diane Cooper it's easier than you might think. Perhaps I'll cover cabling in the next installment of my Learn To Knit video series...
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Beate Mieslinger

Found this!  - 
 
Anybody in need of pretty yarn (and patterns)?

Giveaway is open international.
 
Today Bonita Patterns & Yarns and I are teaming up to bring you this amazing giveaway of 7 skeins of Kaleidoscopic yarn and a bunch of crochet patterns! --> http://www.hopefulhoney.com/2016/02/7-skeins-of-kaleidoscopic-yarn-giveaway.html   #crochet   #giveaway   #yarn   #patterns  
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Love the colours. 
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Kym Scott

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Will be -8 and -9 degrees here at night this weekend. Was so encouraged by a fellow knitter who layers on her creations for extra warmth, instead of 1 bulky item. Anyone else?
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Cute
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Don't worry, there is part 12a after the blip
 
Brand new, silly mood with a blip at the end!
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Nina Lurci

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Size: XS (S, M, L, XL, 2XL). You will need: 6 (7, 7, 8, 8, 9) red hanks yarn Life Super Chunky (75% acrylic, 25% wool, 80 m/100 g); 4 (4, 4, 4, 5, 5)
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E. Kelly

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Working up a mini-pillow sachet in honor of Valentine's Day ❤️
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Jenn Zeyen

Look what I made!  - 
 
Finished. A little pinwheel to hang on the wall of a yarn shop. 
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Wow, her yarns are so beautiful! I've bookmarked the site and will likely be making a purchase as soon as I have an excuse!
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Nicole Killion

Knit-A-longs  - 
 
I love to knit! I do believe that it helps me to slow my mind down and relax.
Several different studies support that knitting—and crafting in general—serves as a natural anti-depressant, helps ease anxiety and stress, can protect your brain from aging and has the effects as meditation.
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