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Wednesday, November 01, 2006

My smallest project yet

I've found that my knitting projects have gotten much smaller since M was born ... as you have noticed, my latest thing has been dishcloths. Well, I've found something even smaller than dishcloths! I've discovered how to do an I-Cord! I started knitting my very first I-Cord and was pleasantly surprised at how easy it was. I don't know why I had the impression that it was a hard thing to do. And with only 3 stitches, I can easily finish a row & quickly tend to M when she gets fussy about me knitting. I don't think my knitting can get any smaller than this, can it? And to give you an idea of how slow my knitting has been lately, the I-Cord above is the result of 3 days worth of knitting it. I know, pretty pathetic. I'm working my I-Cord on a 32" circular needle because I don't have any DPNs. The cord is a pain to deal with, but it was the only available US7 (4.5mm) needle I had...


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