First of all, let me say that I don't know why the pictures are positioned like this. They started out in a jumble, and I was able to move some of them so that they weren't overlapping. I guess I'm out of practice on blogging!
Second, I will admit that there has been no progress at all on the Noro log cabin cardigan. I got motivated to make spring sweaters, and that's all I've been doing. Above, it's a diagonal T made from Colinette Wigwam. The front and back are both done, and one sleeve is almost finished. I should be wearing it today, but I got started on another one last week.
This is the diagonal tank, pattern P90 from Artyarns, and "diagonal" doesn't really describe it accurately. It's multi-directional diagonal knitting. None of the knitting is straight across. Fun! The end result is that the sweater is knit on the bias, which makes the fit especially nice. I tried on the sample model at Great Yarns last week and decided to go for it. The yarn is Ariel by Filatura di Crosa. There's not a good shot of the front of the sweater yet because it's cramped up on the needles. I'll take a good pic when the front is done. In the meantime, these close-ups show off the yarn nicely.
I hope to wear both of these items soon, then get started on another simple T pattern that I got at great yarns, but haven't picked a yarn for it yet.
Next I'd like to do something with some ocean blue Berocco Zodiac that I got from Cozy. Maybe another multi-directional sweater like the Ariel, maybe something else.