Right now, before I start on the May planned projects, I’ve got a handful of WIPs on the go. These will likely go into hibernation for a bit while I work on the May things, but none of them have deadlines in the short term.
First up, Romi Hill’s Quadrilinear scarf (link to Ravelry). I’m knitting this with a skein of Hazel Knits merino/soy sock yarn in the Cabbage Rose color. (It’s from deep, deep stash so possibly not a base she carries anymore.) The color is a bit paler than this – photo was taken in the dim light of morning, so it’s a bit skewed by indoor light. The pattern calls for 48 repeats of the center lace panel and I’ve knit 20 but I likely will have enough yarn to do keep going and make it a bit longer.
Next up, I’m knitting Bronwyn by Melissa Wehrle (Ravelry link). I’m using Brooklyn Tweed‘s Shelter in the Faded Quilt color. I’ve gotten sleeve #1 finished up and adore how these cables look.
Last, but definitely not least, I’ve got Alice Starmore’s Oregon Cardigan on the needles. Yarn and pattern are a kit from her website. This is in the “autumn” colorway, although I don’t see the other blue-green one on her site currently. I love working on this project. It was in my queue for eons, and I received the kit as a birthday gift 2 years ago so it was high time to actually knit it! I have about an inch left to go on the body before I deal with the armhole steeks and then start the neckline shaping.
Loads of posts right now, I know. I’ll probably settle in to mostly 3x a week posting once I get myself up to speed with an occasional additional book review tossed in here and there.