I started this on May 1st and now about 1/3 done. It currently measures 36"x48". I'm using a lot of the bits and pieces that Bill had accumulated.
I finished the Juneberry Triangle! I feel like a new father....
Yarn, colors, etc. are all from Jared Flood's (http://brooklyntweed.net/) original pattern.
Now I wanna do more of this!
I have a family reunion on Knit In Public Day (June 19) in Loveland, CO, and will be staying around Greeley and Cheyenne in the surrounding days.
My knit group meets tonight. I am hoping to see some of the yarn that was bought on our field trip to the LYS, worked up into great things.
I was digging through some old files and came across this that I wrote quite a while ago about my favourite sweater.
Check out this great video of Rosey Grier, a former professional football player a well-known needle-pointer! He recently made this Public Service Announcement for the Prostate Cancer Foundation.
A few of us are going up to Estes Park Saturday, June 12 for the Estes Park Wool Market.
So I couldn’t wait on the mail anymore (it's taking FOREVER!!!) and I had 200g of fiber sitting there just DYING to be spun.
This sweater probably owes its existence to the exceptionally snowy winter here in Philadelphia this year.
Crafty Andy designed and gave the attendees of the MSKR10 Men's Spring Knitting Retreat this amazing pattern - and I couldn't go to sleep last night until I had finished it!