Summer knitting

I hope you are doing some summertime knitting. I am almost finished my third skein of cotton.

Hmm, it looks like it must be more yarn than that, doesn’t it? Maybe it’s the end of the 4th skein. It might have been an idea to take note of how much I had when I started. Notes?! Ha.

That’s the last of the pink, unfortunately. I’m still stash busting and using what I have on hand. I have one skein of gray to finish. So that’s next.

I’m knitting up the pink as fast as I can. I really want to pick up around my sleeves. I’m going to do some sort of short gray sleeve. Yarn is running out. Yikes.

What is your summer project?

Cheers, Deb

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Author: debgemmellmods

I'm a Knitter. The capital K means every day, everywhere. I'm co-owner of Cabin Fever with my sister Lyn. We have published over 100 patterns and 11 books. I'm also working on a new set of patterns for Any Gauge knitting. Dive into your stash and cast on for a Top Down sweater that fits, or an accessory to use up those odd balls of yarn.

10 thoughts on “Summer knitting”

  1. That pink is pretty,Deb! I finished a cotton Spring Breeze by Guess who! a few weeks ago and I love it. Now I am working on a pullover called the no need to panic sweater by Cassapinka. I will probably do another Spring Breeze with long sleeves after this. corinne cheryl aka teresa

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    1. I love that you’re still knitting more aspiring Breeze sweaters. I looked at the No Panic sweater and it looks beautiful and fun to knit.


  2. Looking great. This last while I have been crocheting. I really haven’t got into anything. The pink of yours do you work anything around neckline?

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    1. I worked I-cord around the neck so that it’s already finished. The gray will go around the bottom. Not perfect but…oh well.


  3. Haven’t knit in donkey’s ages so I started up with crafter cotton washcloths. Mine were worn out so I needed new ones anyway. Male friend drops in for coffee & takes a couple home. Next thing I know, everyone wants them . . . . so, I have one & most of my male friends have a half dozen each. I used to make them as Christmas gifts with home made soap but haven’t in the last few years since I got sick. Took a while to get my knitting shoulder & arm muscles rejuvinated but now I can knit for hours! I think about the days when I had home knitting in two places & car knitting in it’s own bag in the car. Now I’m lucky to have a cardigan on the menu & washcloths in my hands.

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