Right and left, everything seemed to be wrong-footed this week. First we have several reports from the Needle Morgue:
Name: KnitPicks #0
Age: Maybe two months
Cause of Death: Decordification
Name: Suzanne Ebony #4
Age: 1 day
Cause of Death: Broken spine
On a less cheery note, here is the latest on my WIPs.
First we have DH's Cheshire Cat alpaca/silk sweater in progress.
After finishing two cuffs, we decided they were too tight. Ribbit.
And two Great Adirondack Soxie socks:
And here's the ratty headscarf (Peacock shawl). I have exactly two rows of this sucker left before I finish. If you see an excessive number of lifelines, it's because half the stitches seem to be leaping to their death when I am not looking. For the rest of the shawl, a lifeline every ten rows or so was just fine. I lifelined every one of the last ten rows after ripping back four times. Ribbet.
I had gotten about halfway up the legs, but decided I hated the way the ribbing pattern looked and felt. Ribbit.