kage sweater and baby things

Knitting really is such an impractical hobby when you live in Texas but I can’t seem to stop! I totally get sucked into browsing patterns and day dreaming my next project, which I have had a lot of fun doing on Craftsy, which I just discovered recently. I’m thinking about trying to make this chevron style beret once I finish up the other projects I’ve started…

I’ve made some good progress on the Kage Sweater – the back is done! At least this one is made out of linen.

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Here’s how the back folds over to the front to form the neckline. Pretty excited…

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I’m hoping to finish it by this fall. I don’t think the front will take long, but it seems I have been side tracked by making baby items for friends, because well, baby items are so much fun to knit! I just finished up these sweet little legwarmers from PurlBee and I’m pretty happy with how they turned out!

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I’m looking forward to seeing pictures of these on some chubby baby girl legs!

 

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2 Comments kage sweater and baby things

  1. Jenny August 14, 2013 at 4:14 pm

    Super cute! That sweater is coming along very nicely. I love to see your neat-and-even stitch style; I think it suites your personality. 🙂

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