Slow Knitting Weekend
Despite going to the yarn store, meeting Janis and Marina, knitting the first sleeve on Morehouse and doing more work on the baby blanket, I didn’t feel like I got a lot done this weekend.
I got to see my knitting friend Janis and her little beauty, Marina. Marina has grown into the sweater and leggings a little more, and they looked very cute on her.
Unfortunately, I don’t have a very good picture of all of us wearing different generations of chock-a-blocks…all three came out very blurry. Here’s the best one.
Janis is wearing the original Chock-a-Block cardigan, I’m in FiestaWear and of course Marina is in baby FiestaWear.
As mentioned above, I finished the first sleeve on the Morehouse raglan. I have to admit having tried the sweater on a number of times, and the warmth and the softness is almost decadent.
I’m hoping to finish the last sleeve and the collar this week in Albany.
I was able to get the first row of blocks done on the baby blanket, and I’m enjoying the pattern very much.
I enjoy working the blanket in between working on the sweater. The difference in textures, and needle sizes make for an interesting mix of projects.