Mood boosting knits

Mood boosting knits

After the sweater that would never end really ended (pics soon) I felt a sense of freedom to cast on whatever I like. In the last few weeks I’ve been slammed by multiple irritating and lingering colds, so I needed some pick-me-up knits. I started some new socks...
Slow, slow fashion

Slow, slow fashion

As I am currently starting the sleeve cap shaping on Matt’s unnamed sweater, I decided it was time to block the front and back. I’m pleased to say that it blocked out to the exact dimensions I expected with no need to stretch and no feeling of...
Distractions

Distractions

Whilst I engage in some continued procrastination on sweater sleeves, it seemed exceedingly important to get another project going that could serve as a knit safe enough to take to the movie theater. I always have some knit that is simple enough to let me split focus...
The dreaded crinkly yarn

The dreaded crinkly yarn

Those of you who have made mistakes before that require extensive frogging (ripping out your knitting) are likely well acquainted with the meaning of individually rolled balls of yarn with crinkly yarn coming off of them. Yep. I’ve done some ripping of sleeves...
A matched pair

A matched pair

The Endpaper Mitts are finished and have been handed off to Zooey’s kindergarten teacher. I didn’t get to see her open them, so I’m just hoping she enjoys them! I’m glad to have them done. When I put my concentration on finishing the second one...