(Originally written October sometime, 2011. I have been AWOL for months sidelined with pesky health issues.)
I left Michigan with a sheaf of patterns in my "project ideas" folder.
this sheaf of ambition stands behind getting the second Stephen West Spectra Scarf done. I love the first one with the bright, almost stained-glass colors. The second is subtle and more sophisticated, I think. But back to projects: I am moving along with the Ravelry Petoskey Pointy Sticks group KAL of Madeline Tosh's Creature Comforts Cardy. I love the MT vintage yarn and the pattern is unique and intriguing. I have to pay attention all the time, but Meta, our fearless leader, has given great tips for staying on point.
I have the Cynthia Too Sampler scarf queued with some Fleece Artist soft stuff. Can't wait for that. Here is the shop sample. I'm basically copying it, 'cause I love the pink.
Then there is the cute little 22.5 Degrees shawlette I want to make from the Well Water colorway in, yes, again MT sock yarn. I am addicted.
. Not enough hours in the day!
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