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Wednesday July 17th 2019, 9:56 pm
Filed under: Knit

Does yarn ever leap out at you and jump on your needles and ignore you telling it no?

Yarn is secretly cats.

Yes the baby needs something soft and small enough to drag around behind her.

I was afraid the single-ply baby alpaca might shed a few fibers.

I was wrong. It sheds like a Maine Coon in summer . The silk percentage does not anchor it in there.

But oh mannnnn. That stuff is SO soft. And SO pretty.

So since everything there goes through the laundry the fibers will just felt in place, and, bonus, it’ll even cover over the yarnover holes to keep the baby warmer. Knitting this is fine to do because it claims that it is as it races ahead. It’ll be great.

Right? Right?

Now I just need a pattern of a moose. There are lots of patterns of moose.

Just not in lace.

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My yarn talks to me all the time! And if I don’t listen, it gets revenge on my knitting.?

Comment by Jody Mason 07.17.19 @ 11:58 pm

Moose in cables. Draw it. Chart it. ?

Comment by Holly 07.18.19 @ 7:19 am

Did you check Ravelry

Comment by Sherry in Idaho 07.18.19 @ 7:44 am

Lace and Moose are two words rarely seen in the same sentence, ’tis true.

I say you make the yarn figure it out, as it has a mind of its own, anyway.

Comment by twinsetellen 07.18.19 @ 11:27 am

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