Wednesday, April 4, 2012
I've heard lots and lots about this Quince & Co. yarn, so I ordered some to try it out on a sweater pattern in my head. So far the furthest I've gotten was winding one of them up. They are some nice eye candy, though. If I could I'd decorate my whole house in yarn, I would. Knut would probably say I already do with projects everywhere.
Ginger Cardigan" is almost done except the pattern grading, and tech editing. I didn't get it off to the editor before my retreat as planned. I didn't work on it at the retreat either because I was feeling rebellious. I felt like doing whatever I wanted to do at the moment. I figured it wasn't a retreat if I was just working there.
My tech editor is going on Spring break, so the earliest the Ginger Cardigan pattern will be released is the end of this month. So in the mean time, I've finished up this little, easy pattern as shown above. I just need to pick up some buttons at the yarn shop this week, sew them on, take some pictures, and this will be a free pattern I'll put on here most likely within the week. Just for fun.
The whole project was just for fun...much like the Clara Cowl was. I just finished up a huge marathon project of an adult sweater in fingering weight yarn. I needed something quick and easy and fun. I came up with this. Since it's a very uncomplicated pattern, and took me very little time to write, I'll put it up for free. I'm calling it the "Tsu Wrap" and it's sort of a capelet/shawl/poncho/cowl thingy, depending how you wear it.
I haven't been reading anything besides homeschool catalogs that are flooding in. It must be April. I'm spending most of my time looking at Sonlight, and Classical Conversations. I haven't seen my Timberdoodle catalog yet. I always love that one too. Next year's plans are slowly coming together. I'm forming my wish lists, but I haven't added the cost of my wish lists up yet. So we'll see.
Thanks to Ginny for hosting the yarn along. Her blog is one of my favorites. By far.