I knit. I knit a lot. So where do the sweaters go? They go to Hilltop Yarn, where I work.
Here is a finished Glee from Zephyr knit in Cashcotton DK by Nashua. So soft it helped me to forget that I don't actually like pink! Top down raglan = one super fast knit.
I knit this one even faster. My knitting group never saw it and I didn't blog on it either, but I did knit it! It's Green Gable, also from Zephyr, in String of Pearls from Muench. Zephyr does a great job at the top down raglan and this one was extra small so it went extra quick. (Again, for the store, not moi.)
I'm knitting all these sweaters for the store in an attempt to save up enough credit to buy a wheel. Yes, a spinning wheel. In particular this wheel:
Joy. I had a chance to try it at a Hilltop meeting where Megan taught many of us to spin. It's unusual in design, funky and quite small. I think it looks like some kind of musical instrument. I'm in full lust over it. Luckily it will take me a little time to accrue enough store credit to see if the ardor fades. Is this like buying a Ferrari just after one learns to drive? Am I nutty?
Yes, I am, because I just cast on for my wedding dress. Eeek! First time knitting a Rowan pattern and only my second stab at lace. Keep your fingers crossed for me.