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Allison had questions on her Agnes Pullover.
The directions were calling for doing three at once: place markers on the sides for sleeve placement, increases, and changing to the next color. Brooklyn Tweed Loft (Fingering: 100% Targhee-Columbia, 275 yards).
I noticed that (not too far down) she had a small section of random purl stitches on the right side. I asked her if she wanted me to fix them. She said no, she had done the same thing on the sleeves so it was now a design element. I love that. Look at the wonderful flecks of color in this blue! It is gorgeous.
Calann was ready to put the Unice Unicorn Hood pieces together.
Check out the yarn/colors for the horn and hair.
This is the best "thank you" a knitter can receive. A picture of the recipient wearing what you knit. Sweater: garter yoke baby cardi and my Baby's First Hat. Both knit with Debbie Bliss Baby Cashmerino (Sport: 55% Wool - Merino, 33% Acrylic, 12% Cashmere, 137 yards).
Eleanor finished her Motif Wrap in Shibui Baby Alpaca (DK: 100% Alpaca, 255 yards). The pattern is so subtle and yet interesting to knit.
She has started knitting my Making Waves Poncho in Berroco Bento (Aran: 80% Merino, 20% Silk, 98 yards).
Doesn't Tucker look like a Cockatoo bird?