It doesn’t feel like I’ve made any knitting progress this week but I have. Actually, I’ve made much more progress than I’d realized. Yay for this blog post pointing out that fact out to me.
First and foremost, the Newborn Vertebrae.
|Newborn Vertebrae Cardigan|
It has a body, pink ribbing and the beginning of a sleeve. I think the last time I mentioned it, it only had top-down shoulders and no body at all. Lots of progress!
|Beam me up, Scotty|
Second, my Weekender sweater. Not much visible progress photo-wise but I’m done with the ribbing and a few inches into the sweater. I’m so glad I decided to cast this one on. It’s the perfect mindless project to knit on while hanging out in the radiation lab and it has the barest minimum of detail to keep me from loosing my mind with all that stockinette. In my size and with so much positive ease, it’s a LOT of stockinette! And best of all, this Wool of the Andes Tweed is heaven to knit with.
And last but not least, the plain but gorgeous green hat. It’s hit the stage where it’s being ignored because it’s too close to being finished to bother carrying it doctor’s appointments. Once I finish the Newborn Vertebrae, I’ll focus on finishing this hat. Besides absolutely loving the heathered green, I’m excited to pick out a pompom for it. I actually woke up in the middle of the night recently thinking about my available pompom color choices.
Wishing you happy knitting and I hope you’ll join me over at Carole's for today’s Three on Thursday gathering.