I have been knitting away this week. Staying in town and not having any social obligations makes for a productive week, knitwise.
I’m on the bottom ribbing of my whitehorse sweater. I could be done with it, but I have held off. This weekend I’m heading down to Missouri to do some fabric shopping, and 5 hours in the car round trip will require a lot of mindless knitting. I’ve started knitting it on the go, and worked on it while watching the kids go down the combine slide at Center Grove Orchard yesterday.
I’ve been spending most of my time working on my Range shawl. The shawl has proven to be as addictive as every other Andrea Mowry pattern I’ve knit. There is a good chance I’ll be done with this well before the end of the KAL I’m participating in. I’m an overachiever when it comes to KALs.
It has been humid and in the 80s (29 C) this week, but I still want to be knitting. I think that is a good sign that my knitting mojo is back. I have so many projects in hibernation right now, perhaps I’ll pull one out when I finish up the shawl or the sweater. We shall see.