Don’t look now but this yarn and book blog has actual yarn content today.
I’m still plugging away at the Wildflower Cardigan. The right and left fronts are finished, and now I’m working on a sleeve.
Progress is slow but steady. Mindless stockinette makes for easy television knitting, but I do get bored after a while. I’m glad to be working on the sleeve because, hey, increases and counting rows! Something to pay attention to. And soon, the shaping of the sleeve cap, woo hoo!
In looking at this picture, I see how the tweedy silky texture in the Silky Wool gleams in the flash from the camera. I really like this yarn, even if it does contain the occasional twig. And it’s a good thing, too. That I like this yarn, I mean. Because I have, um… * counts * … four other colorways of Silky Wool in stash. You can thank one of the vendors at Stitches South for that.
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