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WIP Wednesday Knitting Project

test knitting neon snowflakes.

espphoto:

WIP Wednesday Knitting Project

test knitting neon snowflakes.

i-create-therefore-i-am:

ITS ALIIIIIIVE!
Well, it’s still blocking, so I say it still qualifies for WIP Wednesday. But good lord it’s finished. And long enough to wear as a tunic, but it’s done. Sigh of relief. The beast has let me go.
I’ll throw up some fancier pictures once it stops smelling like wet sheep.

i-create-therefore-i-am:

ITS ALIIIIIIVE!

Well, it’s still blocking, so I say it still qualifies for WIP Wednesday. But good lord it’s finished. And long enough to wear as a tunic, but it’s done. Sigh of relief. The beast has let me go.

I’ll throw up some fancier pictures once it stops smelling like wet sheep.

zombiesbite:

Tea and sock knitting! #knitting

What yarn is this? I am on the prowl for some self striping sock yarns and this one looks so great knit up!

zombiesbite:

Tea and sock knitting! #knitting

What yarn is this? I am on the prowl for some self striping sock yarns and this one looks so great knit up!

(via madamedefargeknits)

Yes, You Need to Hand Wash Your Cashmere (Don’t Dry Clean!)

jcrew:

contrary to popular belief, dry cleaning cashmere can actually be bad for the life of your sweater. the toxic chemicals used in dry cleaning can break down the fibers, and deodorant may cause discoloration. turns out, you should really be hand washing cashmere (it’ll be much softer too), so we…

I very gently machine wash my cashmere sweaters every couple of washes. The key is to use cold water, a gentle cycle, and detangler or conditioner along with a gentle soap.

(via silklacewool)

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