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…and we have color!

And we have color in the Colorwork Tee!  I’m at a place in the design where I can just start working from the needles (as opposed to drawing out a chart first).  I am excited to be working with Bronze again as well as to be adding in some Marine.   Unfortunately last weekend I got ahead of myself and divided for sleeves too early, so a lot of time was spent placing stitches back on the needles.

colorwork tee closeup

colorwork tee

My younger son claimed this green Wayfarer The Wayfarer Hat as his own.  I think it fits his style…

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Jen finished her hat and posted this pic on her Ravelry page.  Love this picture!

Jen's Hat

Also over the weekend, DH and I went to the Coast and the weather was perfect for hiking and photography. Here is one picture of the Yaquina Head Lighthouse.  More pictures will follow in a future post.

by the lighthouse
Yaquina Head Lighthouse

Thanks for taking the time to stop by!  I hope you have a joyful week!!!

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In this blog, you will find not only an exploration of all that is good in our knitterly lives, but also a variety of posts tying together my passions for writing, photography, and my home state of Oregon.

8 thoughts on “…and we have color!

  1. Your colorwork tee yoke looks terrific! Stranding is so fun I think; it’s like a yarn puzzle. Your handsome is rockin’ that beanie. It goes so well with his eyes. Jenn looks terrific in hers.

  2. I love that your son has claimed that hat! I think it’s a high compliment and it suits him so well (do I sound like an old lady when I say “what a nice looking boy”? well, I’ll tell take that chance!). Jen’s hat looks wonderful, too, and I can’t wait to see the finished tee!!! But I’ll wait until you get it right, and I know that may take some time. These things do.

    1. Thank you, Belinda! I appreciate all of your comments, and I know that you are right about these creative endeavors taking some time. Patience and persistence will be rewarded in the end!

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