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personal knitting: big citron cowl

Posted by smittenkittenorig on

it's always nice to get some personal knitting in, so when i had some time recently, i whipped this citron cowl up for myself. i'd made a cowl for my madre & wanted one for myself. :) thr citron color is a fave but i don't often run into yarn that shade.

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Introducing the Riordan Infinity Scarf & Giveaway Coming

Posted by smittenkittenorig on

I wanted to make something a little special to add to my shop offerings for this winter & came up with the RIORDAN. It's roughly the same size as the SAMANTHAbut made with a different stitch. I've made these scarves with a crochet stitch that lends texture & cuddliness. The yarn used is extremely soft & in some quite lovely jewelled colors. I'll be adding them to the shop this weekend, so do look...

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baby it's cold outside so grab that cowl!

Posted by smittenkittenorig on

This past weekend I was rifling through my yarn stash & came across
some blue mosaic wool that I have had for a while. I decided to also
dig out my circular knitting needles & whip up a cowl. It didn't take
long & because I'm a crochet kind of chica, I skipped that whole
knitting bind off & crocheted my cast off (call me lazy but it's
faster for me). Anyway, I was going to give this to my husband...

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What I've Made: Olympian Blue Infinity Scarf SAMANTHA

Posted by smittenkittenorig on

I'm a bit obsessed with the Olympian Blue shade this year & it made
its way to my crochet. The result is a new Olympian Blue Infinity Scarf SAMANTHA. Long live the loop! ;)

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Yarn Love... Part Deux

Posted by smittenkittenorig on


Well, here's more perfect yarn from Irish Meadows. I'm using it to make another custom Samantha Infinity Scarf & it's a true joy. Scrummy, yummy & sumptuous aren't enough to describe how soft this feels. I'm loving working with this. Srsly. I'll be sure to post pics of the finished Samantha when complete. This color is called Maroon.

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