My photos of the log cabin aren’t keeping up with where I actually am! Imagine: another green strip on the left, a red strip on the bottom, a yellow one on the right. The last two I did tonight at SnB.

I wore out my finished wool/silk top-down raglan today! Fastest sweater ever – less than a week from start to finish. Photos tomorrow.

I learned today that an old biology teacher of mine, Mr. Sutherland from Earl Haig S.S., passed away yesterday. He was a great teacher, and hilarious in that quiet way. I don’t know what happened, but I know he’s made a great impact on a whole lotta kids.

12 Responses to “quickly”

  1. cookie

    Damn, you’re a quick poster! It was great meeting you. Sorry I wasn’t quite so energetic as usual. Waking up at 4:45 will do that to a person! Your blanket is looking AWESOME.

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  2. Wendy

    I love how you have cool colors on one side and warm colors on the other side. It is very pleasing!

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  3. Rita

    Everything you knit is so perfect. What a great blanket, and I cannot wait to see the sweater. I hope we will be able to buy that pattern. I absolutely love what we have seen of it so far. My kind of design.

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  4. Ona

    You never cease to amaze me. You knit so fast, and the colours here are just gorgeous – I particularly like the outer ring. I also wanted to comment on your also gorgeous raglan, where the yarn is just beautiful. Lovely work all round!

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  5. Deb

    I love the colors, and how the handspun gives each block some added depth. It’s gorgeous, and I’m jealous! Great blog, too. Found you a month or so ago, and have been enjoying seeing what you’re working on.

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  6. Fríða

    beautiful blanket. do you cast off when finishing each block? and do you then pick up stitches through both loops or just one?
    best wishes from Iceland
    Frida

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