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Malabrigo Sock for Hitofude Cardi

Malabrigo Sock for Hitofude Cardi

Malabrigo Sock for Hitofude Cardi

Malabrigo Sock for Hitofude Cardi

Malabrigo Sock for Hitofude Cardi

Malabrigo Sock for Hitofude Cardi

Malabrigo Sock for Hitofude Cardi

This week, I’m…

Knitting :: Still working on my Spring Boneyard (such long rows now!) but also winding yarn and casting on for my Hitofude cardigan. I’m using two beautiful skeins of Malabrigo Sock in Eggplant that I got at this year’s fall Creativ festival. Eggplant is such a lovely colour but it’s quite hard to photograph… it’s a lightly variegated gray but there’s definitely some purple in there too.
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Reading :: Planting Dandelions by Kyran Pittman. This memoir caught my eye recently and all of the reviews seemed to be positive, so I decided to give it a try. So far so good… the writing style is really engaging and funny.

Linking up with KCCO and Yarn Along as usual.

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11 Comments

  1. I love that pattern but have yet knit it……but soon! I have eggplant in my stash-beautiful colorway!

  2. The yarn is beautiful! I just love Malibrigo.

  3. wstyrsky wstyrsky

    Stunning!

  4. Your yarn looks so pretty!

  5. I just finished a “Boneyard Shawl” I knit it using a discontinued Noro yarn. It turned out really nice. I have my own swifter and ball winder too. I couldn’t knit without them!

  6. Ali Ali

    I love your photography, so fresh and crisp, it makes your yarn look wonderful. Thanks for the book recommendation i’ve added it to my to read list.
    Ali xx

  7. That yarn looks so nice! I look forward to seeing what you knit with it!

  8. I love the depth of colour in that yarn! It’ll be gorgeous once knitted up 🙂

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