I’m trapped on the other side of a door from my knitting – There’s a wasp in that room, and I’m leaving it until Marc gets home. Possibly I have a phobia. So… it seems like a good day to post about my progress on some random progress. First up is the Boteh scarf. I’ve been using it as my carrying project. It’s perfect because it takes me about 30 minutes to finished one motif, and that’s exactly the length of any breaks I have at work. I’ve finished eight so far.
I’ve also started a new project, the Victorian Shoulderette by Sivia Harding. The yarn I’m using is Fleece Artist merino in Moss. I’m not in general a huge fan of variegated yarns for lace, so I’m not sure about it yet. This pattern is mostly garter stitch though, so I’m thinking it may work out. I already like it better in this photo than I thought I would. I was looking for a quick lacy project, and this fit the bill nicely.
I swatch for an Orangina, but I don’t think I’m ready to start that yet. I’m worried that I might be short on yardage a bit, and I don’t want to get started only to run out of yarn. The stitch pattern is fun!
And finally, today in the mail I received the yarn for what I’m calling the “80s Sweater project.” The yarn is Berroco Glace, 100% rayon that I got for a song on clearance. It’s also the same yarn called for in the 1985 pattern. I can’t wait to get started – I think this will be my next sweater. I may leave off the bobbles… or maybe not.