Feral swatch

I’ve been lazy. I’ve been busy. I’ve been unfocused. It’s OK.

Inspiration for my color selection

Inspiration for my color selection

This was my inspiration photo at Feral Knitter’s color

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workshop a couple of weeks ago. How’s that for a non-sequitur?

Speed swatch

Speed swatch

And this was my second swatch, where I narrowed down the colors and settled on blues and grays (what a surprise, someone said) and one red.
Narrowing down the colors

Narrowing down the colors

My third swatch, which I can’t find right now, was a disaster: muddled, murky, ugly. Time to swatch again.

House of Gray

gray hat

Pretty much a life size swatch

Frantic knitting over the past three days after I hit on a stitch/yarn/color combo I like and decided to knit a hat and scarf based on it. The hat did not come out the way I wanted from the shaping and size point of view, so this amounts to a giant swatch. The main problem is that I have no idea about how to decrease and I sort of improvised as I went. Now I have to figure out the math of decreasing and, even harder, see if I can decrease in pattern. Then I’ll have to knit another hat and find a name for the pattern. This naming thing is starting to stress me.

On a happier note, on Friday I met with Lydia, a fellow blogger from Seattle that I’ve known off an on since the days of my old blog. Meeting in person was a lot of fun and I hope to see her again when I travel up north in a couple of months.

And if, like me, you couldn’t attend Woolfest, head over to Knitsofacto to check out some magnificent sheep. While you are there, look around the archives for historical musing on Welsh knitters, thoughts on photography, and more.

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