I knit one for the shop if Rowan Softknit Cotton (Worsted: 92% Cotton, 8% Nylon, 115 yards). And finally, knit a replacement for my original Ponchette. I honestly think I know the pattern by heart.
I’m in finishing mode for several other works in progress. My socks are done. I absolutely love the feel of the socks, Serenity 20 (Fingering: 70% Merino, 20% Cashmere, 10% Nylon, 400 yards). The colorway is called Convergence.
I’ve sewn my Odele shirt together. On a side note here, I tried a sloped bind off for the front shoulders (right shoulder in picture) versus the step bind off for shaping a shoulder (left shoulder in picture). Very easy to execute, much nicer looking, and easier to sew together. I totally recommend it.
The i-cord edging for the neckline and armholes is very pretty, slow going, but pretty. I love how drapey the final top is, knit with Mykonos yarn (DK: 66% Linen, 26% Nylon, 8% Cotton, 142 yards).
blocked and ready to cast on for the Mirage Poncho that I’m knitting with Stacy Charles Alicia (Lace: 100% Linen, 180 yards).
My easy knitting project is my Rockaways Racerback Tank pattern in Tahki Ripple (Aran: 100% Cotton, 142 yards). I’m knitting it in the larger size up till the waist, then narrowing it to the medium. My goal is to wear it as a pool cover-up.
All the recent rain has made it perfect knitting weather. My dogs, on the other hand are bored!
they are snoozing. At least Harry had the decency to look guilty. Tucker, not so much.