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CPH and some Halloween fun!


I love Halloween. I love the lightheartedness of it, the candy, the costumes and how it is the kick-off to all things holiday! This is a punchneedle design I worked on in Syracuse and mounted on some beautiful orange wool. So cute. Too bad I can't find a suitable frame for it or it would be up on my mantle for Halloween!

I decided on the Central Park Hoodie for the Cascade 220 the Heathers. It's coming along very nicely. Here is the back almost complete:


and a closer shot of the cabling:


I'm still undecided on the hood. I won't wear it but it is the Central Park HOODIE after all. We'll see. There are some sweaters on Ravelry without the hood and it looks quite nice with a ribbed collar. Oh well, I don't need to decide for a while!

Comments (1)


I love the long, skinny legs on the kitty. Very cute and the fabric compliments the pattern perfectly.

Yeah ... Central Park Hoodie. That's the one I voted for.

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