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I am now officially in my knitting "off-season". The spring and summer tend to be my sewing seasons but I still like to have a knitting project to keep my idle hands busy. I suppose I could take this time to get ahead of the game and start on K's birthday sweater or Christmas gifts, but I am just not finding any fun in that. Instead I am knitting something for myself. This yarn will eventually become a greenfield cardigan from New England Knits. The pattern calls for DK yarn and size 6 needles. That is a bit daunting for me because it feels like it will take me forever to finish it. To hopefully save myself from having to rip out a sweater that doesn't fit, I am actually taking the time to knit a gauge swatch. There's a first time for everything, right?!
p.s - The yarn is some lovely Luna Grey Fiber Arts.
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