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Sixteen Swatches

All sixteen swatches are completed and blocked. My blocking and care of hand knits report is complete and my pattern written. No more procrastinating, I will answer the questions about the swatches and put my notebook together. My goal is … Continue reading

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Masters Mitten

I finished my mitten for the masters coursework. The cuff was not regular ribbing but once I found my rhythm it wasn’t too bad. I do like the angled look.

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Swatch Crazy

Being a bit obsessive compulsive about certain things, I am re-swatching. I was not quite satisfied with the Cascade 220 yarn. I felt as if I were fighting every stitch (through sixteen swatches) as well as having a problem with … Continue reading

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Swatches Two

As you can guess, I didn’t do any blocking. I decided to swatch some more instead. I finished the increase and decrease swatches, also the three eyelet swatches. I have no excuse to delay blocking any longer. I guess I … Continue reading

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First Swatches

The first swatches for my master knitting certification are ready to wash and block. Looks like my seed stitch can use some work, but I think I will see if blocking will improve it. At least it is only a … Continue reading

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Following Instructions

The Knitting Guild Association offers certification as a master knitter. You knit swatches and projects, do research, answer some questions and write a report. I got it in my head that I can be a master knitter, so I ordered … Continue reading

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