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May 29, 2007

Always Enough Time

I've been heads down -- positively heads down I say  -- working to finish my Sideways Socks and to write up the pattern.  But when you have a project like the Josephine Top, there's always enough time for a few more rows.


The lace pattern is easily memorized and although the knitting is a little slow -- lots of knit, then purl, then knit with the yarn going back then forward then back -- it's addictive and enjoyable.  I've finished 2 full pattern repeats and am about ready to start a little waist shaping.


May 29, 2007 in Project - Josephine | Permalink

Comments

It looks lovely! And it is indeed addicting - I'm almost to the same point in mine. I really can't wait to see how this comes together!

Posted by: chris | May 30, 2007 3:44:35 AM

Oooooh! Gorgeous!

Posted by: Romi | May 30, 2007 7:50:51 AM

Pretty! Josephine is such a nice name, too. It's my daughter's middle name. Can't wait to see the whole thing, I bet it's going to be gorgeous.

Posted by: Arleta | May 30, 2007 8:08:19 AM

Oh you got me hooked on this. No photos yet but I found some recuperated cotton from a never-to-be-finished camisole and started on this over the weekend. I decided to do the front first and I can't stop - I'm past the V already.

I love the color you are using - did you choose the same yarn that they recommended?

Posted by: Heather | May 30, 2007 8:18:07 AM

im one repeat ahead of you and im finding this really enjoyable as well! i LOVE the blue you chose tho, it looks so much richer, what yarn did u use?

Posted by: Sarah | May 30, 2007 10:07:42 PM

Yours looks great! I have to post some photos of mine on my site--- I am totally loving the lace on this-- easy peasy lemon squeezy!

Posted by: Kate | May 31, 2007 5:38:23 AM

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