Camisa is off to a nice start!
I’m doing the top portion is stockinette rather than reverse stockinette, because I’ve decided I’m just not a fan of the reverse stockinette sweaters I have. I’m wearing a (storebought) reverse stockinette sweater now, and it always takes effort to figure out which way is wrong side out! Camisa is an easy knit – and I love that basketweave panel! I’ve redone the bottom of the panel twice, trying to find the correct measurements. It doesn’t have increases for the hips, it has a slit on either side instead, so it’s really hard for me to judge. The first was too small, so I started again, and hopefully now it will fit (I am following the directions for the 32.5″ size with a few modifications for differing row gauge.) My picked up stitches don’t look great there, but I don’t think they look that bad it real life…. and really, that was the best I could do after several tries. I think it’s the basketweave making it look uneven.
My Montego Bay scarf is coming along as well. I don’t expect it to be finished soon, but someday! All those K2tog’s make me a little crazy after awhile, so I can’t do too much at a time.
I’m trying to finish off my wedding invites today. Tomorrow my aunt and friend are throwing us a shower, and I’m looking forward to that!