Episode 91: Making Multiples

Hello lovelies! Today, I have two FOs for you: another Chimney sweater (this time for my dad) and an Alasuq variation for Millie. All of this got me thinking: how many times have I knit multiples of the same pattern????! Spencer is here to help me answer the question–fun! Plus, some test knit info, an awesome review of my wonderful tech editor, Jekaterina Dimitrijeva, and a giveaway from Ravid Ekshtain!

Come hang a while? ~Melissa

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5 Responses to Episode 91: Making Multiples

  1. metaspencer says:

    Another cast! Always great to see what you’ve been knitting

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  2. ReginaMary says:

    A pleasure as always. Have peace through the holidays. πŸ’•πŸŽ„πŸŽ‰

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  3. Marvellous as always to see you and Spencer – you guys always look like you’re having such fun.
    I am a big fan of knitting the same pattern multiple times and it’s always for one very good reason – because I loved a garment, wore it to death, and wish I still had it and could keep wearing it forever. There are two particular garments that I like to have in my wardrobe at all times – one is the Cable Front Cardigan by Norah Gaughan from Vogue Knitting Fall 2006 and the other is the Slope Rib Cardigan from the second issue of Nancy Vale’s “Knitwear” brochure. This doesn’t have a date but was issued back when Ralph Lauren was well-known for his prairie-inspired chunky knits and picture knits which Nancy Vale produced the patterns for. The first time I knit that one my daughter hadn’t started school and she’s 39 now….

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    • Aww, thanks, Pamela! I love hearing about your multiple knits, too. I have a couple of sweaters I would totally knit again and again just to have them around. The Ralph Lauren one sounds like a real keeper!!

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