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WIP Wednesday Pt. 4.

I've mostly been working on the Jackdaw pullover. I've actually made some progress even though it seems to take forever. I made an "end of the year resolution" today to finish it by the end of the year, which seems totally achievable if I don't spend my time knitting everything else but. I'm just a few cm short of separating the front for neck shaping (I've knitted see more after taking the photo below.)

I'm also knitting the Skiff hat from BT Fall 15 collection. I still think it's my favourite Brooklyn Tweed collection, but then again, I'm a sucker for cables and fisherman style pullovers. I'm making the hat version with the longer rim and I'm about half way through with the ribbing. 

But wait, I've actually also finished something: the test knit I was knitting for Arohaknits, remember the Tapatoru Cowl? I had it for a test run today and it's just about the perfect thing to slip under your coat on a windy autumn day. Here's a little sneak peak of the cowl, I'll show you more soon!


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