Any advice for knitting in high humidity? Yarn recommendations? cheap acrylic gets unmanageable (*hears Bill snickering in the background).
Currently it is 88F and 53% humidity here @6PM. Locally we average between 53% and 60% over the year. At times it can be 80 or 90% for days on end. Usually I set my sticks aside (and hope to) resume in the late fall. I hate to let projects rest for so long, it gets hard to regain the lost momentum and excitement sometimes.
I am leaning toward cotton or a cotton blend. I deal with less than 3 weeks (cumulative) below freezing, each year. Don't get jealous yet, 40F @80% humidity is cold. Just stick you hand in 40F water and see. I base number of clothing layers on how long I will be outside. (1 for 1st hour , and 1 for each 1/2 hour there after)
Thanks for any advice or insight