This is how it goes
Little log cabins

And now it grows


Hey. Long time no see.

I finally got around to almost finishing my Sullivan sweater that I started back in August. I just had to three needle bind off the shoulders and knit the applied i-cord. I got just as far as necessary so I could liberate the rosewood Lark for the granny squares. This weekend, I'll get out the tapestry needle and weave in all the ends. Then it's blocking time.



Or maybe I'll just make more granny squares. I like watching the pile grow. That sounds like more fun.

Happy weekend to you.



wow! all of them look great ;)


I can't wait to see your sweater!


I've been wondering about that sweater... (Not that I don't have my own basket of unfinisheds...)

Happy busy hands, whichever way they wander.


liberating yarn...I like the way that sounds. Happy hooking!


The sweater is looking lovely! Your grannys are growing into some lovelies.


Great colors and Happy Weekend to you too!


OH NO! I have been waiting forever for you to finish Sullivan! Please, oh please, get it blocked! :)

Whispering Oak

This looks like a fun project. This will be a colorful sweater. For spring?

Erin | house on hill road

Thanks! The granny squares are for an afghan.


What a amazing job! We all like this!!

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