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2018 – Knitting in Review

So my goal on Raverly was to knit 15 projects this year, which was wildly optimistic, especially when you consider that last year I only finished 6 projects. In 2018, I will finish the year with 8 completed projects and a pair of socks on the needles.¬† Looking back, here is what I finished in […]

Grace Clutch as Promised

Here it is, knit, blocked, and assembled! The bag is a bit on the floppy side, but it is a gift for a friend, and I’m letting her make any decisions on lining the bag. Overall, I’m happy with how it turned out. I’m still planning on making another bag, for me. There are a […]

Almost There!

I am finally almost done with the Grace clutch! It feels like I have been working on it forever (for the record, I started it June 1). Saturday evening, I stayed up until I was able to bind of the second half. Sunday afternoon, I soaked it and blocked it out to the correct measurements. […]

Third Time’s the Charm

My Grace Clutch has been the cause of a lot of¬†headaches, but things are looking up. Right away, I got off to a bad start. I was a few rows in and noticed my stitch count was off. While I’m still not sure what happened, something was definitely off and I had to rip it […]

New Cast Ons

Over the weekend, I cast of for two different projects. Friday night, I cast on for my first of two Grace clutches. I’m starting with the one for my friend, which is going to be bright pink and black. So far, the pattern seems to be pretty straightforward. But I have only knit about an […]

Waiting to Finish

I’m just about finished with my Downtown Clutch, and I’m super happy with how it looks. I have the bag and the wrist strap knit, seamed, and then ends are woven in. I just need to sew a lining for it (I even have the fabric all picked out). However, I’m going to wait to […]

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