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Thursday July 18th 2019, 9:35 pm
Filed under: Friends,Knitting a Gift

Sherry found on Etsy what I didn’t on Ravelry, and thank you, Sherry!

It’s not lace but it’s definitely a moose.┬áDone from the vantage point of looking not quite straight on, and I want a side view, so, another three stitches’ worth separating the front legs from the back stretching that belly out, and likewise on another stitch’s worth lengthening the muzzle.

So far, that’s what I’m going with but I’m not up to there yet.

It is amazing how much faster it is to knit a 182 stitch per row afghan than a 279-stitch one.


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Ah, very good! Nice sleuthing.

Comment by ccr in MA 07.19.19 @ 5:27 am

There is a free chart on Ravelry for a Moose standing sideways. It is for a potholder so not lace but it might be adaptable. Check Regina Schoenfeldt’s Ravelry Store http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/potholder-xmas-mooses My little Chi is named Moose so I am always finding moose patterns. lol

Comment by susan orzechowski 07.19.19 @ 7:42 am



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