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Monday
May062013

Afoot.

So, well, it seems I'm okay with doing sweater quantities.

 

I'm excited because a technique I've developed to keep the beautiful character of a hand-dyed skein but (!) having a true dye lot seems to be working.  I daresay alternating is not required, though I'd still do it a few rows before switching skeins just for insurance.  

I'm also dabbling (literally) into speckles.  This is Night Bokeh:

In other news, we've been lucky enough to get away for a couple of short family trips.  Specifically, we headed to Philadelphia and Williamsburg on two separate weekends.  We're discovering that short overnight trips are completely doable--and extremely fun--now that the boys are older.  

I need to go through my pictures but in case you are on Instagram, you can find me there, too (handle is 3pumpkinslittle).  Here's a fun one of the boys on the steps of Philly's Please Touch Museum--it was after I told them I was done shooting, which should give you an idea of how many photos I took.

Sandra

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Reader Comments (2)

Your colorways are coming along so beautifully & the thought that knitters won't have to alternate skeins is huge!! Cardigans are on my mind so I just may have to order a sweater's quantity from you soon..

May 7, 2013 | Unregistered Commenterevelyn

Ha! I love the out-takes the best! Sometimes it can be frustrating to get "good" pictures of the kiddos, but then I remind myself that the imperfect ones are actually documenting reality. :)

June 10, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterEmily

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