EZ 100th Anniversary Camping shawl. Done! This has been such an enjoyable knit. My first shawl for 11 shawls in 2011, love the yarn, love the colour (which is a deeper sage-ier coleur than this).
Photo taken last Saturday lunchtime, with the first quarter of the last pattern knitted.
Pity that lace looks so unatractive in progress!
I went home for the weekend, which means no distractions, and what I take is the knitting for the weekend. And today I finished the shawl! This photo was taken as I was packing up to come back, with half th4e cast off done (had to wait till I was home to finish this, as I ran out of yarn). The cat is Geeffrey, one of my parents' cats. He loves movement and shiny things. I was knitting on Friday night when my knitting seemed to get stuck, so I gave it a tug - and pulled up a cat! he'd been playing with the ball of yarn. As soon as I put the shawl on the bed to photograph, Geoffrey appeared, and went straight to the shawl!
It just needs blocking.
And the Wayfarer scarf is done too (except for casting off). I finished this in my lucnh hour at work, so it didn't need to come with me on my weekend away.
The Berry Hill fingerless mitts are done. No photo yet.
Heather is strated It's Kid Classic, should be a warm knit.
As I have this, striped mittens (nearly done) and Eisblume gloves on the go, this is the commuting knitting until I cast on something else, good job it's an easy knit!
Looks like I have a bit of blocking to do in the next few weeks (and planning next shawl/mittens/fingerless gloves. Great I love startitis!