When I finished Tric, I promised my daughter that I'd finish a sweater for her before I started another one for me, so I'm making good on my promise. Look, I finished a sleeve! I'm hoping I can have this Elle Melle finished in time for it to be part of the "Something to Wear"… Continue reading progress report!
Once I finished Tric, I decided I'd take a wee break from knitting myself sweaters. Mostly, I was undecided about what my next one should be, but also, since the beginning of 2019 I've knit myself 2 new cardigans and 2 new pullovers, so it's not like I'm running low on sweaters or anything! I… Continue reading brioch’ing away!
I finished Tric earlier in the week, as I expected to, and was able to get it blocked and dry in time to take some photos tonight before the sun got too low in the sky! Here it is: Ravelry Project Page Pattern: Tric, by Åsa Tricosa Yarn: Cascade 220 Superwash, repurposed from a baby… Continue reading it’s finished!!
...of both my Tric cardigan, and of my summer break. I literally just have a cuff to knit on Tric: I may even finish it this afternoon, and then I can weave in the ends and block it. I've really enjoyed knitting this sweater, and learned a lot from this new Ziggurat top-down construction technique… Continue reading it’s nearly the end…
A finished sweater body, that is: Of course, I also have a human body! I tend to be the sort of person who lives "in her head", which has been especially difficult this week, because I'm home with my daughter all day every day, and the creative/thinker/planner/writer part of my mind, the part I most… Continue reading I have a body!!
Well, it's August. Which means that my summer break is just about over. Next week, my daughter doesn't have any day camp, so it'll be just the two of us hanging out together all day, every day, and then after that, she's got 3 weeks of day camp while I need to be back on… Continue reading hello, August.