Eileen opted for regular rib versus the twisted rib which was instead of the brioche on her Exploration Station. Now she’s transitioning to next stitch pattern. Between our combined selective reading, she had to re do a row 3 times. Can we blame it on the early hour? Lack of caffeine?
She got a request for hooded cowls from her daughters and daughter in law. She picked out Anzula For Better or Worsted for two projects and Anzula Cricket for the third.
She finished the first strip of her Sampler Blanket in Plymouth Arequipa (Worsted: 90% Merino, 10% Bombyx, 218 yards). The stitch definition is lovely.
I showed her how to do a “mid air transfer”, fixing the cable without taking out the whole row. First I took the stitches out of the missed cable.
Now she’s ready to finish her wrong side row. She was very grateful for her knitting while she attended an all day dance competition for her granddaughter. She was able to knit all day, the lights were not dimmed.
Trammi is grateful for knitting during son’s tennis matches.
I know I appreciated my knitting while I watched (endured would be unkind) softball, swimming, concerts, and plays.
She has cast on for one of the fronts for her Customfit cardigan in Seedling (Aran: 100% Cotton, 110 yards).