Monthly Archives: January 2016

Ambiguous – Part 4

The knitting is behind us and it’s time to graft the cowl.  Prior to that step, careful blocking is required to allow Ambiguous to bloom to its full beauty.  Begin by placing the live stitches from the last round of knitting onto a piece of waste yarn.  Break the BC yarn leaving a long tail for the […]

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Ambiguous – Part 3

I have had a great time viewing the posted photos of Part Two on Ravelry.  Isn’t it fun to see how different each color combination knits up?  I know that I had to make more than one cowl just so I could try another color duo! Part 3 brings us the inside of the cowl […]

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Ambiguous – Part 2

With the bottom border to the cowl completed, it’s time to rev up your needles to finish the “outside” of the cowl.  Today’s clue brings a beautiful design that will continue to expand your stranding skills. Before knitting, take the time to assess your gauge and yarn usage in Part 1.  If your stitches are […]

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Ambiguous – Part 1

Welcome to the first Progressive Needles Knit Along of 2016!  I’m delighted to have you here as we knit Ambiguous, a cowl that will have you working stranded knitting like a pro.  I designed the double-sided cowl featuring HiKoo’s Sueno – its weight and color palette are the perfect ingredients to showcase the techniques.  A big thank you to […]

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