Lisa Asanuma

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A Little Knitting Progress, a Little Hope

Stay Safe Cowl by EasyKnitter.co.uk

I have been knitting away on this little cowl for weeks now. It’s been a learning experience, both in double-knitting (those vertical grey stripes on the bottom half) and in fair-isle stranded knitting (the colorwork on top). This is actually a double-sided cowl, so when I’m done with the pattern the striped bit will flip up and be the inside of the cowl. It’s me

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 Danielle The Book Huntress (Wants to Read More) Hi Lisa. Thanks for the friendvite. I've already enjoyed chatting with you.


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