Sunday, January 23, 2005

the baby blanket is started


 Posted by Hello



 Posted by Hello

with the help of several knitting friends, i -finally- got my friend's baby blanket started. i used emily ocker's circular cast on to get started. that helped make it easier to work the small circumference at the beginning. of course, this gets easier to work as the fabric gets bigger, and now, it's almost mindless.

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