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January: Central Park Hoodie
April: Grannie Smith Cardigan
June: Brad's Phildar Cabled Sweater
August: Henley Perfected
September: Phildar Leafy Sweater
October: Daisy Pinstripes Pullover
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Pattern: Central Park Hoodie from Knitscene, Fall 2006
Modifications: The hood was kind of elfish, so I ripped back and added three extra decrease rows. I also grafted the hood together instead of seaming it. The front ribbing band was knit separately (442 stitches for an approximately 72" band). I attached it using free-loop backstitch, so I had the nice tubular cast on as the edging. I used a zipper for the closure.
Yarn: Briar Rose Abundance (less than 2 skeins, alternated every two rows)
Needles: Addi Turbos US 8, US 6 (for ribbing)
Date started: January 1, 2009
Date completed: January 31, 2009
Time: 7 hours on the back, 3.75 hours on the left front, 3.5 hours on the right front, 4.25 hours on the hood + 1 hr to fix it, 5 hours for the first sleeve, 4.25 hours for the second sleeve, 4 hours for the edge band, 7.5 hours for finishing for a total of 40.25 hours.
Barely made it for January! Luckily, I got the pictures - after a photo shoot this morning (I got dressed twice this morning, as I didn't wear the sweater to work), it looked like I had lost all of the pics. I think I have it figured out (has to do with FAT 16 vs FAT 32 vs FAT 12, for you nerdy types out there, meaning that one laptop and the camera can read the card, but another laptop can't because of incompatibilities between File Allocation Table formats). I think the only solution is to not involve the second laptop at all, as simply copying pics off the card can make the card unreadable by the camera, but that's annoying (especially since that one has a nice SD slot on-board). New England sun is so rare around this time, I was going to be bummed if I had to retake the pics, so yay for that.
I totally thought it was today, all the way up until yesterday. Weird. So now I'm in the position where I actually *could* finish the Central Park Hoodie, though there is a LOT of finishing work left to do.
The front band, which I decided to knit separately and then attach with free-loop back-stitch, is knit and blocking:
So, all that's left is attaching the sleeves, seaming the side and sleeve seams, attaching the front band (which is going to take forever), and then attaching the zipper (which hasn't arrived yet). A little higher than average finishing, but doable. Just maybe not the most exciting Saturday ever, but Brad will be in school anyway. :P
I kind of took a week off from knitting. I'm not entirely sure why (though some of it was cleaning and organizing). Thanks to friends this weekend, I fixed up my too-pointy hood and started and finished a sleeve. They're blocking now:
I've started the second sleeve, but the chances of me finishing by Friday are slim. Which I know is okay, as it's really 12 sweaters a year, and not necessarily one sweater a month, but it still kind of sucks because there's really no reason why I couldn't have made it. I could still do it if I were willing to pick up stitches for the ribbed edging on the front, but in order to get a pretty tubular edge, I'm going to knit the edge separately and then attach it with free-loop backstitch. So, chance are I'll be behind. I did order a zipper last night, though, which I think is the best closure for me and for the casual nature of the sweater.
I actually finished the back of Central Park Hoodie on Friday...
My swatch bloomed in width, not height, so this is a tad skinnier than it will be. I'm way behind on handwashing items, which I discovered the cleaning binge Brad and I went on, so all of my blocking surfaces are currently occupied by things that need to dry flat. I need to start doing the handwashing (really, just the handwashing setting on my washing machine) as part of my regular weekly laundry.
Speaking of the cleaning binge, I'm not quite done yet with the craft room, but am oh so close to a lovely room that I can spend quality time in. Up until now, our living room has been the only room that has been "finished" and the craft room was kind of a dumping ground for my stuff, not a place where I could actually feel inspired to sew. That's almost fixed now. :) Pictures will come as soon as I'm finished.
Staycation is over - back to work today. I'm looking forward to it - we had the perfect amount of home time, as we enjoyed it, but I was just about to go completely stir crazy without work projects.
I started the Central Park Hoodie yesterday after my first workout in my home gym (more on that tomorrow). Thanks to the 17 stitches per 4" gauge, the sweater is going at a nice clip:
I should note that I didn't have any trouble getting the 17 stitch gauge with the Briar Rose Abundance, despite Briar Rose Abundance having a label gauge of 14 stitches per 4". I have to say, I think Abundance would be too loose at 14. 17 is a good gauge for the Abundance - it has structure, but is still soft and cozy. I'm alternating my two monster skeins every two rows at the advice of my sister. One skein is visibly more pink than the other, so I think the alternating is necessary. It does make this project very large, though. Besides, moving it might mean disturbing this:
So... I finally have those last overdue FO photos. First, Mystery Stole 4:
Pattern: Mystery Stole 4
Needles: Addi Lace US 4
Yarn: .5 skeins of Lisa Souza Lace
Date Started: September 7, 2008
Date Completed: October 18, 2008
Dimensions: 22" x 79"
Clue 1: 5 hours for the first one, 4.25 for the second
Clue 2: 4 hours for the first one, 3.5 for the second
Clue 3: 4.25 hours for the first one, 4.25 for the second
Clue 3 corrected: 4.25 hours for the first one, 4 for the second
Clue 4: 3.75 hours for the first one, 3.25 for the second
Clue 5: 3.5 hours for the first one, 3.5 for the second
Clue 6: 3.5 hours
Grafting: 3 hours (some false starts)
Total: 54 hours
Pattern: Undulating Waves Scarf
Modifications: Accidentally knit on a US 3 instead of a US 6, so ended up using more than called for beads
Needles: Addi Lace US 3
Yarn: Less than one skein of Shaefer Heather in Gertrude Ederle
Date Started: August 21, 2008
Date Completed: October 15, 2008
Dimensions: 6.5" x 67"
Time: 17 hours
Just for fun, the Lani-fur:
And then after draping her with the scarf (I had to check to make sure she was still breathing, as she didn't seem to notice that I was doing anything at all):
I'm going into 2009 with two WIPs - first, Seascape Stole in KidSilk Night:
and the Froot Loop socks in Mind's Eye merino/tencel:
And finally, I'm swatched for the first sweater of NaKniSweMoDo, the Central Park Hoodie in Briar Rose Abundance:
The yarn is absolutely huge - Lani included for scale (she's 10 pounds and fluffy):
Thank goodness for my drill-powered jumbo ball winder that I have to remember to post about later. :)