It's been a long time since I posted. I just have not been in the mood. I've updated ravelry but just have not posted here.
I finished the Tilted Dusted and I love the way it turned out. The blue is such a beautiful color. I have leftover yarn so I am thinking of making myself a pair of Fetching. My hands are always freezing cold. With Fetching, I can type away at the computer all day at work and keep my hands warm. I'll even see if I can knit with them on, too -- we'll see.
Here are some pictures of my duster.
DUSTING OFF THE STATS
Pattern: Tilted Duster by Norah Gaughan
Source: Interweave Knits, Fall 2007
Date: Cast On 10.21.07 // Cast Off 11.16.07 (blocked and seamed and finished with buttons by 11.20.07)
Yarn: 11 skeins Knit Picks Wool of the Andes, Sapphire Heather (100% Peruvian Highland Wool)
Needles: Size 10 US (6.0mm), Clover Bamboo circular needles, 29"
Cast On: Long tail
Note #1: Knit 75 rows of the skirt rather than 83
Note #2: Knit a few less rows on the collar
Note #3: Used the "Revised Horizontal One-Row Buttonhole" from the book, "The Knitter's Book of Finishing Technique's" by Nancie M. Wiseman