Good Morning All,
Hope you're all having a fantastic weekend. Spent yesterday repotting some of my bonsai in the morning, had a nice lunch with my wife at our one of our favorite spots and then quilt shop hopped in the afternoon and finished it off with a quick trip to my local yarn shop. We then spent a cozy evening in front of the fireplace together.
I've finished my grandson's blanket friday and just put another project on the needles. I was fascinated with Sean's (smmiikkel) 17th century undershirt he completed and have been thinking about it since he posted. I've decided to do Weinstein's Raglan-sleeved Henley pattern with yarn I purchased yesterday. In a twist, with Sean's post in mind, I am using Classic Elite Yarn's - Classic silk made in Italy rather than a wool or alpaca. I hope it turns out to be a fabulous and "undershirt-like". The fibre is 50% cotton, 30% silk and 20% nylon. It was in the sale bins (only $2.00 a skein) so I bought all they had and will hopefully put together something that is beautiful and glorious in feel to wear.
He is a picture - the cast on is on the needles. Let us see how it comes together.