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.


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


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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