I bet you were waiting to see a finished project here. Well, traditionally, you would be correct in your assumption. Unfortunately, I have too many eggs in too many baskets.
My project polygamy has left this segment of the week dry as a bone that’s been licked by 20 different dogs over the last year. When those projects are done, you’ll have the fullest content well known to man. That is until project burn out kicks in. So, let’s take a look at what baskets have eggs in them.
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Spring has sprung, which is why your young one needs a classic style cocoon shrug. I designed this shrug with simplistic styling along the back for toddlers, children, and teens. There is “/cm of positive ease, so there is room to grow.
The pattern stitch was improvised from The Big Book of Knitting Stitch Patterns. Instead of repeating the flower after completing a bud, it would return to reverse stockinette stitch. The other change was the randomization of bud height. It is supposed to look like a line of buds waiting to bloom in the springtime.
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I am by no means a monogamous crafter, let alone knitter. Now that the new year has been rung in, I’m working on more projects than ever. Over the last month, I have been preparing for live streaming on Twitch.
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