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On the Needles:(0:35)
Gigi has been knitting Vanilla socks out of Regia, also Vanilla socks out of Opal, in the Vincent Van Gogh, Starry Night colorway. She started the second sock. She also is working on a pair of socks out of Julianna’s Fibre.com, that she had started last year. It is a holiday self striping yarn, Under the Mistletoe, and quite festive. She put in waste yarn for the heel.
Jasmin has been been binging on children's sweaters. She has been working beading and colorwork on the Gone Astray cardigan for Genevieve, and has finished the first set of beaded sheep.
Gigi has strung the beads for the Bar Maids House Special, onto Oral B Superfloss, and is ready to get started on the Kismet socks.
Jasmin has made progress on her Ashburn, in Lollipop Yarn, in Flibertigibbet Sock, for the #BigBadBergalong, and we have one kit to give as a prize.
Gigi working on the January Skies, #BigBadBergalong, Black Trillium Fibres.
She finished the second color of the gradient.
Jasmin has also made progress on the Anna cardigan.
Gigi has a raging case of startosis, pulled yarn for. two sweaters, she swatched for ribbi cardi, and washed the swatch. She also pulled yarn for a sweater out of Grown; Jasmin also says that Ka