Shetland Lambswool & Cashmere - Swatch 2

Hi! I've been away in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Hubby and I have never vacationed in this part of the US before.....so it was totally different for us.

Having conservative palates, we were delightfully surprised at the authentic Mexican food -- yes, some of it was hot, but in general it was just extra tasty! We loved our Green Chile and Cheese Hamburgers -- we'll be trying this ourselves.

Before I left, I was playing with swatching the Shetland Lambswool & Cashmere yarn to get proper gauge.

Here's swatch #2 -- 21 stitches and 31 rows per 10 cm - done on 4mm needles.

So for me, I'd probably try 4.25mm needles next to get both stitch and row gauge. Swatch 3!

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  1. Welcome back! Santa Fe has long been on my list of places I must see before I die - was it wonderful?

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  2. Anne- Did you have a nice time? What was the wool festival like?

    Good southwest food is terrific- I can't take hot either.

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  3. Santa Fe?! How exciting! Any photos? purchases? recipes?
    I would like to go there someday..

    Oh! and yes, 4.25mm will be the winner! m :)

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  4. Did you go to the Taos festival? We were so very close and didn't hook up! My sister and I were there for the weekend with our daughters. And, isn't Mexican food yummy?

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  5. Do you rip out your swatches and re-use the yarn or use fresh yarn each time you make a new swatch? It looks like you make good size swatches (the way you're supposed to) and that's a lot of yarn!

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  6. Ooooooooh. It is so gorgeous that I can almost *feel* it! :)

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  7. Where in earth did you get this instrument?? That seem like the ultimate tool to meassure gauge!:-)

    I have never seen them with this box on....showing it digital here in Denmark!

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