Friday, August 12, 2011

Infinity and so on and so forth...

The Infinity cardi/wrap is done, off needles, and awaiting a spritz and a pinning.  Despite having the look of a quite intricate design, it is really a quick and easy knit.  The pattern is written only for one size, and although I am quite sure other more "math-erly" people could make the appropriate adjustments, I am not so inclined.  Fortunately, it fits...even before blocking.









And with that, I end the week...a very long one...and contemplate the next needle noodlings.  I have cast on and frogged the Echo Mobius (from the same book as the Infinity) THREE times now.  My brain must be a little fried as trusting the pattern is simply not working out, that is until I did a google search looking for errata for what I was POSITIVE was a mistake (there was one, but the problem was me).  Maybe tonight after Bunco I will try a fourth time--yarn being used is the brilliant purple that I spun and dyed.

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12 comments:

  1. Dina, it turned out just fantastic! I'm so happy it worked out! Now I know for SURE I've got to make one. I think I would do one in a variegated yarn...just have to find the right colorway! :) Excellent work!

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  2. That is LOVELY! Hopefully we can see a pic of you wearing it once its had its spritz. Great work!!!

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  3. Oh, she looks gorgeous! You did an amazing job.

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  4. That is just all kinds of fabulous! GREAT job!

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  5. That is gorgeous! The shine on the yarn is just perfect, it works so well with the pattern (which is also amazing). I'm glad it fits! I'd be nervous about a "one size fits all" thing.

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  6. Wow! That is gorgeous! I can't imagine it looking better blocked but I know it will. Hooray for knitting with handspun. Yes, give your brain a rest then tackle the mobius again.

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  7. That's awesome. I especially like the details that wind down the front - almost looks like broomstick lace. Very cool!

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  8. Wow - that looks so complex! The yarn looks beautiful - shimmery.

    Have a great weekend
    x

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  9. Wow!! What a wonderful and time-consuming project! You should take a moment (or two) and pat yourself on the back for a job well done!!

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  10. That is beautiful and looks completely amazing! Well, well done!!

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