We went north to visit the inlaws this past weekend (the visit was supposed to be longer but Pk suffering a bout of what Dh's family calls "tummy wobbles" put paid to that). Oh, well, that seems to be our lives these days. On the plus side, 2 1/2 hours in the car each way did give me some knitting time and there are two new projects under way.
First of all, I finished my Guernsey Wrap. I love how it has turned out. It needs a bit of blocking but since it's a gift for next November or so, I think I'll have time. I had a bunch of yarn left so I wanted to use it up. I noticed several people had done the Reversatile cowl and it seemed a perfect car project. It's almost done and I will probably give it to the same recipient as the wrap, since I hate wearing gray (I don't dislike the colour, it just looks terrible on me).
I have a question for anyone reading. I am making this on a set of interchangeable needles on the cord and I am HATING them. They keep coming unscrewed and even when they are just loose, they catch my yarn. Am I the only person who has this problem? Is there something I am missing? It's driving me CRAZY!
I also started working on this lovely Nemue cabled wrap/scarf. I love cables and I had a bunch of this colour left in Cascade Eco and it just seemed to go together well. I love anything with cables and this is no exception. It's a trickier pattern to read and I had to pull it out and start again when someone knocked my knitting and it got pulled and my attempt to rescue it didn't work but at least I am back as far as I had gotten. It will definitely need good blocking when it's done.