Fox Paws: WiP

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  • My Ravelry Project: No Pause Round Here
    There are no foxes in Orkney and, seemingly, no pause in my knitting and yarn-purchasing frenzy at the moment.
  • Size: 81 stitches/ 4 horizontal repeats
  • Using: Drops Alpaca in five shades,  from Knitted Home at £2.50 a ball. –
    • A Navy Blue
    • B Light Greyish Green
    • C Dark Blue
    • D Dark Purple
    • E Grey Purple
Drops Alpaca
Drops Alpaca. L – R: Grey Purple 6347, Dark Purple 4400, Dark Blue 6790, Light Greyish Green 7120, Navy Blue 5575

 

Project Cast on: 10th February 2015

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Cast on this morning. Knitted one row. Referred to pattern instructions and began Row 2 entirely incorrectly. Tinked. Began Row 2 again. Was interrupted. I have yet to return to it.

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As I mentioned this morning, I am unsure of the colours. Luckily the designer provides a handy sheet to colour in. Unluckily, having photographed the yarn and built a colour swatch in Photoshop, I found myself completely unable to fill in between the lines. It looks as though we shall have to go for the experiential approach instead.

 

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  1. spinninggill
    February 11, 2015
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    I love the colours! 🙂

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