Well, that’s not quite true. I’ve moved past the cowl …
… and am now working on the body. The waist decreases, to be exact.
All of that sweet disappearing EcoWool. So far, so good with the project: it’s knitting up super quickly — or would be if only I had more knitting time –, the pattern is easy to follow, the wool is a rustic, full-bodied woolly dream. I can’t wait to finish this up and then wait (impatiently) for fall to arrive.
Then I’ve got so many EcoWool sweater projects that I want to start: stripes!, twenty ten, OWLS … and, and, and. Oh my! You’d think I lived somewhere that offered both extended severe winters and ample time for knitting. Neither of these things is true. And yet, hope will not die.
Which is not unrelated to something else that arrived in the mail: yarn!
The Crown Mountain Farms sock hop yarn club never fails to make my day when I find some new handspun lovely in my mailbox. This is called Free Bird and will — someday — become something extra purty.