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In Stormy Alaska, leftover yarn is a knitted lacy cowl to the rescue

This week, I’m knitting with Rozetti Yarns Alaska, a light and airy yarn that wraps one in warmth and softness ...
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Join me today as I reverse the colors for the toque that matches the Choux Cowl! The effect is awesome! And again, Rozetti Yarn Alaska is so light yet warm.

Knitting a matching plaid hat for the Choux Cowl

This week, I’m knitting with Rozetti Yarns Alaska, a light and airy yarn that wraps one in warmth and softness ...
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Choux Cowl

Knitting with Alaska – the Choux Cowl

This week, I’m knitting with Rozetti Yarns Alaska, a light and airy yarn that wraps one in warmth and softness ...
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Lace and a traveling pattern swatch with Alaska to see the stitch definition

1 trick for easy knitting when knitting with fluffy yarn

This week, I’m knitting with Rozetti Yarns Alaska, a light and airy yarn that wraps one in warmth and softness ...
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Frozen Pond and Stormy colorways in Rozetti Yarns Alaska

Knitting with Alaska yarn – soft and airy

Welcome to this week’s posts on KNITmuch where I’ll be exploring Rozetti Yarns Alaska – a light and airy yarn ...
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I chose the Pink Sand colorway because my bathroom wallpaper is soft pink with sea shells and the tile is beige, but this colorway actually goes better with my 'pink flamingo' shower curtain. I love it!

Pomp-a-Doodle and Loop-it – together – make the best bathmat!

I started out this series of posts with Loop-it yarn and put it through some paces: the finger knitting for ...
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Pomp-a-Doodle yarn was designed for children's craft projects, but it is also a knitting and crochet yarn. This is the Pink Sand colorway.

Pomp-a-Doodle – yarn without pomp and circumstance

Pomp and Circumstance is the march heard around the world at graduation, commencement, and convocation ceremonies. It's a stuffy old, ...
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The final result of my giggle knitting - a sheep on a blanket!

Giggle knitting with Loop-it leads to an adorable baby blanket

I'm having so much fun with Loop-it, a new novelty yarn by Red Heart. After my knitting experiments with it ...
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In this photo, I'm taking my few rows of finger knitting, and adding a knitting needle to the mix. I insert the needle into the loop in the fabric, then pop the next loop over the tip of the needle and bring that loop through the old one.

Introducing knitting needles to Loop-it yarn

In my last post I introduced you to Loop-it, a fuzzy, loopy yarn by Red Heart that could easily revolutionize ...
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I sampled Loop-it in the Ice Ice Cream colorway. I love that it has a hint of color in its whiteness!

Learn to knit with Loop-it

We're going to have some fun in this series of posts! This week I'm taking a close look at two ...
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Fern Grotto lace in the color Grape

Effortless Fern Grotto lace swatch knitted in Bamboo Pop

We went deep into the benefits of Bamboo fiber, yesterday, but I’ve got to do one more lace stitch with ...
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Bamboo Pop with lots of swatches to show off the beautiful stitch definition.

Knitting with Bamboo Pop yarn for a friend

Yesterday I went over the Ocean Lace stitch by Melissa Leapman, today I'll talk about Bamboo Pop and for whom ...
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Ocean lace stitch in the color Turquoise. It really reminds me of the ocean!

Bamboo Pop is like finding the perfect frame for a piece of knitted art

Yesterday I went over the waffle stitch and how it’s a more subtle stitch knit up in Bamboo Pop yarn ...
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Bamboo Pop in the color Royal worked with a Waffle stitch

The Waffle Stitch using Bamboo Pop yarn

Since the Clematis Cowl stitch worked out so well decided to try out other stitches. Bamboo Pop really is the ...
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The Clematis Cowl knit in Bamboo Pop

Bamboo Pop makes twisting eyelets lace pattern shine

Bamboo Pop has been featured on KNITmuch before, Charles gave a very thorough overview of this yarn in Knitting with ...
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All my knitted results for my week of knitting with Finn - remember, this photo shows the full ball of purple I used - the butterfly is the leftover! Now, I’ll finish knitting the thumb while I drink that coffee from my “Create” mug. Create, indeed!

Mittens and fingerless mitts from Finn

As our exploration of Finn comes to a close, I plan to expand on our theme from yesterday's post where ...
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The colors for our Fair Isle gloves: l-r, Jam, Rainforest, Woodstar, Rose Quartz, and Hyacinth.

Fair Isle gloves made of Finn yarn

Today is goal day! Our experiments with Finn are finally over, and I'm ready to begin our gloves. I'm working ...
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Decisions, decisions! On the left is the first sample, most of which was ultimately used in my pattern. In the middle sample, I tried two patterns for the palm, and even adjusted the top pattern along the way. On the right sample, I tried the zigzag pattern from the second sample with the motif from the first sample.

Swatching for Fair Isle gloves with Finn

Today is the most fun I've had all week with Finn. Finn is a 50% acrylic, 25% merino wool and ...
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In this, the first of several samples, I'm trying out a motif for the back of the hand, a motif that I can use as a spacer, if I need it. I'm also trying out a pattern for the palm of the hand.

Finn and tension and negative ease

This week I'm knitting with Finn, a sport-weight yarn that has 50% affordable acrylic fiber and 25% each fine merino ...
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Under the LED light from my Sure lamp, the sheen of Finn can be seen.

Knitting with Finn – affordable luxury

Welcome to a week with Finn, a yarn that is 50% practicality and 50% luxury. Finn's practical side is its ...
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