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  • November Knit Goals

    I'm prone to being a scatterbrain, so I try to make a short list of things to accomplish each month (lest I have 27 different non matching socks).

    Same as last month: Sleep more. Study more. Knit more. Sleep more.

  • Sweater-a-Month 2008

    Cabled Hoodie: Cascade 220 - Needs seams

    Urban Aran

    Mariah: Ella Rae Classic

    Tricot

    Tubesque: Noro Garden + ???

    CeCe: Silky Wool

    Lucy in the Sky

    Rogue: Handspun - Needs seams

    Elizabeth Zimmermann's Bog Jacket

    Ribbi Cardi: Cotton Ease (Blue/White)

    Ruffled Surplice (spring 07 Interweave): Yard TBD

    Red Carpet Convertible

    Silk Corset Top: Alchemy Synchronicity

    Eyelet Rib Cardi (inspired by Spring 07 Interweave)

    Bella Paquita: Shelridge? Karabella? Sublime?

    A top down set in sleeve sweater (a la Barbara Walker)

    Giselle

    Vintage Pink (Raspberry) Cardigan - FINISHED!!

FO – Panta

Posted by Amber on February 18, 2006

So this was my olympic knitting downfall — I wasn’t going to start new projects for 16 days. But then, I decided the pretty handpaint stripes supermerino just had to be knit.

It bacame a “panta” (I really wish I could find a translation, but there’s some discrepancies about whether the original pattern was in Finnish or Portugese).

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I got the pattern from someone at Craftster.org, but that seems to be down today. There’s a discussion of it here.

Basically, it’s a ribbed strip that starts out skinny, gets bigger, and then gets smaller, and then both ends are sewn together. I blocked mine extra wide to be more of an ear cover — since I’ve always got a barrette or something in my hair, hats tend to catch on them, or not fit right (or I don’t put my hair up until I get to work, and look a little silly. I think it makes my forhead look big, but warmth over fashion.

I used about half a ball of Artyarns Handpaint Stripes Supermerino in colorway 107. Which means I have half a ball left if anyone wants one (or wants to make their own, it’s supereasy).

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