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November 2020 Knitted FO's

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    November 2020 Knitted FO's

    Show off your finished projects completed this month!
    Debbie

    Stashbusting MAL WTD +4/YTD +29 (2021 -288)(2020-712)(2019-642)(2018-109)
    Book Challenge 0/30 (2021-26)(2020-55)(2019-51)(2018-35)

    I've come to the conclusion that collecting yarn, and using yarn are two entirely separate hobbies.
    Crochet Is My Yoga

    #2
    I finished my Close to You.
    I only had enough yarn to make this size. It will be perfect once the weather turns a bit colder here. The pin I just bought at an antique store.
    This was enjoyable to make. Perhaps some day I will make a larger one.
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    “It is a queer thing. In a time of great need, when powerful leadership is demanded, the people—confused and excited—hear only the strident voices of the audacious, and refuse to listen to the voice of wisdom which, being wise, is temperate.”
    ― Lloyd C. Douglas, The Robe


    2021 Book Challenge 0/50
    2021 Stash Busting WTD +42 YTD +42

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    • TexasPurl
      TexasPurl commented
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      Lovely colors & the beads add such a nice look!

    • FreedomLover
      FreedomLover commented
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      It's lovely.

    • Woolfan
      Woolfan commented
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      That is so pretty, and I love the pin with it! Another reason why I love shawls/shawlettes/scarves. They're just so darn adaptable!

    #3
    I’m working on things for the Sacred Shawl Society and MCC-NY; this is a pair of slippers for Sacred Shawl, which is a shelter for women and shelter on Pine Ridge.

    https://friendsofpineridgereservation.org
    http://knitherainbow.org
    http://warmthforwarriors.com
    http://hatsforsailors.com
    https://www.projectlinus.org


    what does the Lord required of you?
    To act justly and to love mercy and walk humbly with your God.

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    • knitter131
      knitter131 commented
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      Those slippers will keep someone's tootsies nice and warm. And they are so pretty!

    • Hellokitten
      Hellokitten commented
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      Very sweet!

    • hereami
      hereami commented
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      nice and cozy. the color is so comforting.
      I was just thinking about making slippers.
      Which pattern is this? Do you like the pattern enough to make it again?

    #4
    knitter131 Thank you! The yarn is 100% hand spun wool that someone donated year’s ago and I’m toying with the idea of dyeing it but also really like the natural look!
    https://friendsofpineridgereservation.org
    http://knitherainbow.org
    http://warmthforwarriors.com
    http://hatsforsailors.com
    https://www.projectlinus.org


    what does the Lord required of you?
    To act justly and to love mercy and walk humbly with your God.

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      #5
      hereami Yes, I’ve used the pattern so many times, Ive lost count! I’ll try to add the link, it’s a free pattern.


      http://web.archive.org/web/200801011...slippers.shtml
      https://friendsofpineridgereservation.org
      http://knitherainbow.org
      http://warmthforwarriors.com
      http://hatsforsailors.com
      https://www.projectlinus.org


      what does the Lord required of you?
      To act justly and to love mercy and walk humbly with your God.

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        #6
        I juuuuuust finished this cozy delight! I’m so happy with it! It has surpassed my expectations.

        I love my Twisted Slipster Blanket Shawl so much that I wanted to design a poncho version. Well I literally just finished the seam and tried it on ... and I don’t ever want to take it off! ☺️

        (Pattern coming very soon!)
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        This 80/20 Alpaca/Silk blend feels incredible next to the skin, too. Would it be too much if I made a whole suit out of it? Hahaha

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        • hereami
          hereami commented
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          Awesome work.
          The blend does sound perfectly cosy.

        • FreedomLover
          FreedomLover commented
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          This is a great design, it looks wonderful.

        • Suthernknitwitt
          Suthernknitwitt commented
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          I love it, but mostly I love the excited look on your face! Congrats on a great FO!!!

        #7
        Finished knitting this cardigan (#18 from Vogue Knitting fall 2008). I started it in January to wear for for Easter, which became a meaningless goal in 2020.
        Still need to weave in the ends and find some perfect buttons.
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        • Hellokitten
          Hellokitten commented
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          That's a lovely sweater. Sweaters are my favorite project. Socks second favorite.

        • FreedomLover
          FreedomLover commented
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          This is beautiful, I'm sure you'll love wearing it.

        • Sings4joy
          Sings4joy commented
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          Such a beautiful sweater!! It'll be cozy now, depending on where you live :-) hereami take the sweater plunge, start small. I always remember Euny Jang from Knit Daily saying "remember, it's just yarn" :-)

        #8
        Finally finished a shawl I started in January. Emily's Dragon, by Nicki Mackenzie. Yarn is KnitPicks Chroma fingering in Vermont. Now on to Christmas knitting!
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        • Woolfan
          Woolfan commented
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          That is absolutely beautiful! I like the way that the color changes fell.

        • Reneelmt
          Reneelmt commented
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          Thanks everyone! It's a super-easy pattern, and the yarn does all the work.

        • Sings4joy
          Sings4joy commented
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          This is so pretty!! Isn't it fun to have an easy pattern and have the yarn "do the work" ;-)

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