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Central Park Hoodie

Thank you all so much for your kind words yesterday. They were like a balm to my hurting soul, I tell you. Words can hurt but words can also heal and many of you brought healing words to me. I am grateful and blessed. And, of course, Dale and I have made up. There was hugging and crying, followed by much kissing. Ahem.

But let’s move on, shall we? Because I have knitting to talk about. Sweater knitting. That’s right, dear readers, I am knitting a sweater because I signed up for NaKniSweMo. Really, it’s all Margene’s fault. She signed up and then wrote about it and before I knew it I was signing up and showing Hannah sweater patterns and ordering yarn and that was that. Truly, though, a sweater for Hannah is a joy to knit because she’s so tiny.

She chose the Central Park Hoodie. As much as I love tweedy yarns, Hannah hates tweedy yarns so, while I pushed hard for Peace Fleece, the yarn she chose is Plymouth Galway Highland Heather in a really soft shade of gray.

The back is done.

See the pretty cables? Ooooh. Ahhhh.

The left front is about half done.

At the risk of incurring the wrath of the Knitting Goddess, I may actually finish this thing by the end of the month.

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  1. The best part of making up at times is the making out 🙂 Go, go, go with the sweater knitting, and your Hannah certainly has good taste.

  2. I’m a tweed lover too but this sweater is really lovely – the cables make it look like liquid silver!

    Glad all’s right with your world again hunny!

  3. And didn’t we just have a conversation about how you DON’T do sweaters? Something about them being too hard??? LOL

    Love it and keep up the good work!

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