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Friday, April 01, 2005

I'm knitting CABLES!

I have always been fasinated by cables but for some reason way to afraid to try them. In cart form they look so complicated and in written form it's all Greek to me. I watched an episode of Knitty Gritty all about Aran knitting and figured that I could do that. I didn't start with an Aran Sweater but I am working on a dishcloth with cables. It took me a few tries before deciding on a cable needle that I liked. I tried a straight one but I was too afraid I would lose my stitches. In the end I went with the cable needle that looks like a "U". I'm sure it has a real name but I don't know what that would be. This is the dishcloth I am doing...

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I can't wait to try other types of cables. Who knew it would be so much fun to watch them "magically" appear.


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