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Archive for September 2016

Shaped Shawl Collars

The collar on the sweater I featured in my last two blogs is actually more of a turned or rolled collar. A true shapedshawlcollar requires short row shaping so I have included some generic directions in this posting. You’ll need to provide the actual number of stitches and rows for your project, but the the…

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This is just a test!

Sorry to bother you, but we are trying to make sure that the blog postings broadcast as they are supposed to. This last blog didn’t reach everyone as it should have. Just delete this – I’ll get out another real blog soon!

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Charting the Shawl Collared Cardigan Yourself!

Sorry for the delay – It was hard to find enough time to finish up the new shawl collared cardigan, wash it and wait for it to dry in the New England humidity, but now I’d like to walk you through the process of charting an original design. I used some hand dyed yarn that…

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Shawl Collared Cardigan

I haven’t forgotten part 2 of the Charting posting, but wanted to introduce you to this shawl collared cardigan first. We’ll get back to the charting – I promise! I designed this sweater in 1996 and knitted it – the first time – with a wonderful boucle from Lang Yarn called “Harvey”. I’ve knitted it…

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