Another week gone by. The crepe myrtle are in full bloom, the heat and humidity also. How about where you are in the world? I bound off the antarktis shawl that I’ve had on the needles for over a year! It feels really good to finish it. I’m also very nearly done with this tegna, a top I’m knitting as a commissioned project for my friend Jessica. On Sunday I finished shaping the shoulders, seamed them together, picked up and knit the neckline, then cast on the first sleeve. That was a lot for one day! I am eager to work on my fleuriste cardigan but I’ve realized I’ve been knitting the wrong chart for the last 11 rows or so and I’ve got to figure out how to rip back and fix it. I think I know what I’m going to do but it will require a good chunk of uninterrupted time to concentrate on it, and I just don’t have very much of that these days. I’m eager to cast on another summery top i think for myself soon, and that may override my desire to fix my mistake on the fleuriste! We shall see.
I’m still reading Home, though ever so slowly. The children and I have been reading Tuck Everlasting after Ginny recommended it a little bit ago. We are all really enjoying it. The chapters are mercifully short which is good for the evenings when I don’t have much energy left for a read-aloud. They always beg me to keep reading.
joining Nicole’s weekly Crafting On.
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