Olympic Knitting

This year, I decided to make an Olympic project.

Although I completed it after the Closing Ceremony, I am still happy I finished it in quick time.

I chose a free pattern from Red Heart-American Pride Knit Cowl.

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This was a fun project.

I learned how to make one left, always nice to learn a new skill.

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An easy project to work on while watching tv.

As I posted pictures of the work in progress on IG, my friend Anne let me know she’d love to have it!

I love making projects for people in mind, gives you the push to not set it aside.

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This will be going in the mail as soon as we get through our upcoming snow storm 🙂

Before I tackle my big project (The Bulky Easy One Sweater), I am finishing some languishing WIPS.

First up, my Hitchhiker Shawl done with Lion Brand Mandala yarn.

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Have a great week!

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5 thoughts on “Olympic Knitting

  1. Sandra Licher says:

    What a cute cowl…too bad it would be too warm to wear for our other patriotic holidays. I love the hitchhiker and how it turned out with the mandala yarn! I have that yarn and the Hitchhiker has been on my favorites list for several years! I should cast it on as I love yours!

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