I'd hoped to have a very exciting post for y'all today. I spent 4 hours yesterday knitting the second sleeve of my husband's sweater, and was excited to be so close to finishing...until he tried it on. And now this is what I have to share: Those balls of yarn are what used to be… Continue reading rip.
That's right, I have actual knitting progress to report! I've started the second sleeve on my husband's sweater, and have made it most of the way through the sleeve cap: There it is, laying on our driveway, in the spot where our old Honda Civic (which we finally sold last month!) used to be. If… Continue reading Return of the Knitting
Today is my beloved husband's birthday (Happy Birthday, my love!). So y'all might have thought I'd have his sweater finished, like I said I would. Alas, I fell a bit short on that front: I'm only partway through the first sleeve. I just can't knit fast enough these days, given how busy, and consequently very… Continue reading a finished project, but not the expected one.
Last week was so incredibly busy that I didn't have any opportunity at all to work on my husband's sweater; the only projects that got any love at all were the small projects I keep at the office (right now, a cowl for someone special, and the hat I'm test knitting), and his sweater is… Continue reading sleeve caps, apples, and autumn
I cast on for the fronts of my husband's sweater last Saturday, so that I could knit on them on the drive to and from the Fiber Festival. Considering how busy my schedule is these days, I'm quite happy with the progress I've made. Here's a picture I took on Monday: And since then, thanks… Continue reading the fronts, and beyond!
I braved daylight for a bit, just so that I could bring pictures to y'all, my dear readers. No, I haven't become a vampire (though that would be quite seasonally appropriate, no?), but rather am nursing a migraine. At this point I think the "worst" is over (if you're a fellow migraine sufferer, I'm sure… Continue reading into the light