The line of the day goes to Cornelia, “It’s not the golden years, it’s the rusty years”. She is on the the first sleeve of her customfit sweater in Mushishi (Worsted: 95% Wool, 5% Silk, 491 yards).
Jane B. Easy Folded Poncho measures 70″; we pinned it together as planned and it is the perfect length. She’s going to send it off to the finisher. Yarn: Jade Sapphire Mongolian Cashmere (6ply, 100% Cashmere, 150 yards). (Last week I listed it as Anzula, that was incorrect.)
Yarn: Anzula Dreamy and one skein of Koigu PPPM (Fingering: 100% Merino, 175 yards).
Here is the second Building Block that she is knitting from her stash. She’s loving the portability of this project.
We discussed a couple of movies:
Sully – good
Eileen shared several projects in various stages of completion. This is the F368 DeAire Infinity Scarf in super bulky yarn.
She is knitting the Endless Wrap in Blue Sky Fibers Woolstok (DK: 100% wool, 123 yards). She is finding, as the name of the pattern suggests, that it is ~ in fact ~ endless. The yarn is also not as thick or soft as she would have hoped.
She was finishing up Trolltyg Mini. It looks to be very quick and very easy. She seamed the back during class and crocheted the little flower. At first we thought the two sides were identical and that she would have force the buttons through the knitting to close the sweater.
Upon closer examination, we saw that she had made button holes (clearly knitting on auto pilot).
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Lois is almost done knitting Beech Hill. She is ready to move on to her next project.