However, now that I know the pattern and how it all goes together, I could easily make a wider and longer version for myself. Which I will, once I get through my massive list of things that need to be knitted for other people (that I actually have the yarn for).
I also have two full skeins of the Alchemy Migration left, so I will likely be making Georgia a hat and mittens with those because, as I noted above, it doesn't itch.
Pattern: Cherry Fizz (link to my project) by Kate Gilbert (from twistcollective)
Yarn: Alchemy Migration in Rosy Finch, two skeins
Needle: US 8 (5mm)
We also went to the NY Botanical Gardens yesterday to see the train show. I got some pretty shots of winter grasses:
In other exciting knitting news:
- Ella and Katie have asked me to teach them how to knit, so we're having a knitting lesson on Saturday evening. If any of my NY readers want to join us, please let me know and I'll send you an e-mail with time and location.
- I'm going to see Debbie Stoller of Stitch n' Bitch speak tonight in Brooklyn! Really stoked about this, as it was her first book that got me into knitting (and I have purchased and given away a few of these since then).