Unraveled Wednesday: In Threes The Fourth
Joining Kat & the Unravelers today, sharing what I'm knitting and reading.
- My Ravelry Project Page: In Threes the Fourth
- Pattern: in threes:a baby cardigan by Kelly Herdrich
- Yarn: Malabrigo Washted, colorway 749 Selva Peruana
- Needles: US 8 (or possibly 7... if I'm going to forget to record something in Ravelry, it's gonna be the needle size)
- Start to Finish: August 29 - September 17, 2019
I found cute buttons at the same shop where I bought the yarn, my new LYS called Casting On -- and I sewed them on with the back side facing. I love the variations.
On the way home from dropping Kate at O'Hare last week, I stopped in Oshkosh at Oshkosh B'gosh and found some leggings to go with. I didn't intend to buy two pair, but GLITTERRRRR!!
I've been knitting other things, as well!
Tamarugo hasn't seen a ton of action in the past couple of weeks, but it keeps calling to me.
The yarn is in the most adorable "embroidered pot" that I picked up at Poppy Treffry in St. Ives when we were in Cornwall. It was the cutest shop!
Front and back of tag. :)
But that's not all...
Technically, that's a finished Sunrise Cowl, but, as you shall see, I have another on the needles and plan at least one (if not two) more.
I am LOVING the colors of the Malabrigo Rasta! The more yellow skein I've had for quite a while... in fact, it was an almost-finished hat for a couple of years. Finally, I decided that it just didn't want to be that. Combined with some other hanks that I've picked up here and there (because I find it almost irresistible), it's all getting knit up into cowls. Possibly Christmas presents.
And I am over the moon in love with my 10-INCH SIZE 15 DPNs!!
I'm still listening to The Unwomanly Face of War: An Oral History of Women in World War II by Svetlana Alexievich. And on my nightstand is The Bright Hour, which I've been enjoying quite a bit... that's not the right word. It's a good book.