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I spent most of the morning hoping that the light would improve so that these pictures looked OK. My hope was in vain. In fact, it was snowing a little bit ago. Love March. Love. It. *


I've made it this far -- ballpoint pen provided for scale -- on Eunny Jang's Tangled Yoke Cardigan. Love this pattern. Love. It.**

I love the faux seam, which is just a reverse stockinette stitch. I love the waist shaping. I also love the ribbing.


What's starting to get to me is all of the stockinette -- but I have to admit that it is perfect for TV watching. And extra special perfect for guilty pleasure TV watching like RuPaul's Drag Race.

I know.

I'm just about to stop on the body to start the sleeves. I'm probably going to make them a few inches longer, just because I have freakishly long arms. I'll keep you posted.

* I don't. That was sarcasm.

** I do. This isn't sarcasm.


OH thank you. I thought I was alone in the love of RuPaul and her drag race. May the best woman win!

Can I tell you I was a wee bit sad inside when the blizzard in CO destroyed my chances of seeing Nina Flowers last week?

Its always good to have at least one stockinette stitch project going for the good shows. Love the yarn you selected for this picture.

The yarn is Jo Sharp Silkroad DK that I've had in the stash for *mumblemumble* years. It took me this long to find the right project. Or I just forgot that I had it. Both are likely.

Bummer about missing Nina Flowers. While I do think the Bebe was fierce, I couldn't take my eyes off of Nina. Something about her bone structure is just amazing.

And, re RuPaul, I've only seen the last two episodes. But Logo is rerunning them in order so I'm gonna catch up.

Ditto on the long arms and the simple knitting for TV watching. That said, I haven't knitted in weeks and weeks.

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