Monthly Archives: October 2015

Wandering Moon – Part 4

Our shawl is nearly done and all that is left is to add a fabulous top edge.  I chose to add an eyelet row prior to the bind off for a bit of interest at the edge.  After working the eyelet row the stitch count has been increased by one to 253 stitches.  Follow this […]

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Wandering Moon – Part 3

Whew!  Last week’s clue was hard work and only added a few inches to the shawl.  At the conclusion of Part 2, I had 4g of yarn left in my first skein.  If you have already joined your second skein in Part 2, you may want to consider using a smaller sized needle for the […]

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Wandering Moon – Part 2

With the long border completed (mine measured approx. 74″ with 55g used), we draw our attention to the Body of the shawl.  The Body begins by picking up stitches along the garter stitch edge of the border.  Picking up stitches along a garter ridge is simple since one stitch is picked up in each ridge […]

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Wandering Moon – Part 1

  I’m delighted to have you knitting with me for Wandering Moon – a crescent shaped shawl knit with the lovely yarn, Rylie.  Whether you are knitting with the limited edition color Power Pink, or one of the other 16 fabulous colors, you will love how the yarn enhances the beautiful stitches and techniques.  As with all of […]

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