WIP Wednesday: Log Cabin Throw

I’ve got two projects for babies-to-be going at the moment and am this close to casting on a new pair of socks with some lovely yarn that I got at the knitting guild yard sale. But baby knits have deadlines, so the socks shall wait.

As would be expected with bulky yarn, the log cabin throw is the faster growing of the two.

The back and front sections of the Patches Baby Sweater are done and blocking. I’ve started the first sleeve and decided to modify the pattern by knitting it in one piece rather than two segments.

Mom finished another garter stitch scarf yesterday. As you can see from her clothing, she’s quite partial to the crimson, fuschia, pink color range. Malabrigo never disappoints.

5 thoughts on “WIP Wednesday: Log Cabin Throw

  1. Nice scarf Ms. Nancy Hill!

    On Wed, Feb 20, 2019 at 1:11 PM Saltwater Hill Knits wrote:

    > saltwaterhillknits posted: ” I’ve got two projects for babies-to-be going > at the moment and am this close to casting on a new pair of socks with some > lovely yarn that I got at the knitting guild yard sale. But baby knits have > deadlines, so the socks shall wait. As would be expec” >

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  2. If only the log cabin had an entrelac feel. Sigh. I will make it though. Love Nancy’s work and her colours — my favourite too!! 🧶🧶🧶🥰🥰🥰

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