Unstarted: socks in Liisu hand-dyed yarn. This yarn has a small mohair component, which makes it feel very cozy. I'm looking forward to choosing a pattern for this one.For Sheila, here's a close up:
I didn't intend to make this a cat picture, but I really couldn't keep Henry off of these sweaters today. The Wigwam diagonal T is ready to wear as soon as it dries, which could be a while. I dunked it good. The slightly heavy gauge makes this a Spring knit, not a Summer T. My rosy cheeks would be a little too rosy in a sweater like this on an 85 degree afternoon.
The Iris Schreier P90 tank is coming along nicely. My only modification so far has been to add a few more rows before shaping the shoulders. I'm hoping to make the plunging V plunge a little less so.
Progress will be slow over the weekend--I have 3 rehearsals, a concert, and a wedding. Triangle concert-goers might be interested in the concert on Sunday at 3:00 at the Carolina Theater in Durham. The Chamber Orchestra of the Triangle will perform works by Dvorak. You can see part of the score in the first 2 pictures of this post!