Sorry I've been MIA, not much computer time lately between work, walking for hubby's work challenge, and trying to knit all the projects.
After finishing the baby blanket, I cast on for the ESK's No Sleeves KAL. The pattern is Merewether and it's knit bottom-up. I cast on not once, not twice, but THREE times. The first time I thought the fabric was too loose so I change the needle size and went up one pattern size. The second time I was rolling along and then I saw this.
I twisted my cast on! Two hours of work down the drain. I ripped it out and cast on for the third time. I managed to twist it AGAIN, but I caught it right away and fixed it. So now I've finished the ribbing and have knit 1.5 repeats of the "pod stitch".
In between, I cast on and finished my first project for Camp Loopy. I can't get a good picture of the colors from this yarn (Meadowcroft Rockshelter in Four-Twenty), but trust me, they are gorgeous! It makes me think what a sunset would look like in the Serengeti. The pattern is Copilot and it was so quick and easy. I can definitely see knitting this pattern again since it's perfect for variegated yarn. In the picture, the cowl is doubled up. It's long enough to wrap around my neck twice.
Visit Judy's blog to see what others have on their needles.