I am still slogging away on Sothia and down to the last few rows. It takes for ever to get across those 793 stitches, and I think my yarn is running out. I do have a plan: either switch to a darker blue-green or go back to the beige. What would you do?
Another recently uncovered WIP, the Brandywine shawl has jumped into the lineup. Figuring out where I'd left off was a challenge, but the life lines sure helped! The yarn has a bit of sparkle.
This was a really long-term project! I started it in 1971 for our second daughter and just finished it now for her daughter. Life got in the way of my earlier plan, I guess, but it's been framed and delivered. (For those of you old enough to remember such things, it was a kit designed for Paragon Needlecraft by Julie Nixon Eisenhower.)
This is probably one of my favorite bootie pattern, knit with a smaller needle.
Max just loves his truck. Can you tell he's serious?
Guess who's one month old today? Looks like she's having a happy dream, doesn't it?
We're off to see her now! See ya! Take a minute to visit Patchwork Times to see what others are knitting.