Starlight Gaptastic

February 8, 2016

As a non-monogamous knitter, I often juggle a couple few projects at a time, often ones that differ in complexity or portability. Socks that can be stuffed into a purse for knitting, without the need to consult the pattern, on the subway or waiting room (there’s a lot of waiting in life!). A shawl or scarf that requires regular or frequent pattern glances and more concentration.

When it became clear that I wouldn’t finish Hannah’s Chromatic Cowl by Christmas (or even Twelfth Night), I decided to cast on a quick GAP-tastic cowl (Wool-Ease Thick and Quick in Starlight).

Soft, chunky, and with a bit of sparkle…

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Just what a young actress needs on the cold streets of New York City.

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2 Responses to “Starlight Gaptastic”


  1. […] GAPtastic cowl, which regular readers will know is a popular project for me and my knitting students, and a pair of fingerless mitts in matching seed […]

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  2. Patrick Dober Says:

    ​Great picture of Hannah!​

    On Mon, Feb 8, 2016 at 4:45 PM, Saltwater Hill Knits wrote:

    > saltwaterhillknits posted: “As a non-monogamous knitter, I often juggle a > couple few projects at a time, often ones that differ in complexity or > portability. Socks that can be stuffed into a purse for knitting, without > the need to consult the pattern, on the subway or waiting room (” >

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