WIP Wednesday 2/9/22

I’m in one of those phases where I am just casting on whatever I want because knitting should be fun. So I have more projects on the needles than I normally have. I don’t have any socks on the needles right now, which is really weird.

I’ve finished the first two parts of the Vertices Unite shawl. I really enjoy working on this pattern. These are not my normal colors, which makes it even more fun to knit. I took the photos late in the day, so the colors look much more muted than they are in real life.

When I’m in the mood for colorwork I reach for my Reywa Cowl. It is beautiful. I’m enjoying knitting with yak. I long for the mental capacity to work on colorwork in the evenings, but I’m not there right now.

My mindless knit is a cowl I’m making out of a handspun gradient. I knit in the round for a bit and then started knitting back and forth. I’m making it bandana-ish, as wearing a big shawl like a big bandana is kind of my jam. I’m just going to knit this until I run out of yarn.

My current spin is some merino from Honey Gold Acres. This is a birthday spin for a friend that requested bulky yarn. Today I’ve learned that I’m not consistent when I’m spinning thicker yarn. It will still be pretty, and I’ll get better as I work through the braid.

What has been keeping you busy this week?

8 thoughts on “WIP Wednesday 2/9/22

  1. All your projects look great! You are making such good progress on your Vertices Unite!! That bandana cowl is a great use for your gradient yarn – it really shows off your lovely handspun so well 🙂 And as always, your spinning looks wonderful.

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  2. I especially like the colorwork.
    What’s keeping me busy?!? Helping a friend move from Southern Maryland to Richmond, Virginia. Two round trips down, one to go before I head home again. When not needed for packing, loading or driving (my Roadtrek is part moving van) I am working on a sweater for my cousin. By next week it should show up in my blog; I only have a few inches to go on the second sleeve!

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