Thanks everyone for the comments on the baby blanket beginnings. I wish I could email everyone individually - I realize this has become a common complaint around here - but blogger doesn't make it too easy. I think I might need to download haloscan or a similar application. Anyone have any luck with this type of program?
I cast on for another project, but it's socks so it doesn't count. And I actually cast on a while back, like in March. Oops, who knew I was such a secret keeper? They just haven't been on my mind too much because I've spent so little time on them - mostly during some t rides in Boston.
Here's where I was at this weekend:
I'm about halfway down the foot now, but this is my latest photo. The yarn is the important part now anyway, right?
Ooh la la! I'm such a sucker for bright, bold colors. I was once referred to as "the girl who always wears bright colors." This is Sundara Yarn in Cirque purchased about a year ago - before it was cut throat buying her yarn. I must say I understand why. This is my second pair of socks knitted with her yarn, and it truly is fabulous. The color saturation is unbeatable* and the finished product handles quite a bit of wear and tear. Not quite the sproing or softness of STR, but I dare say I think it wears a tad (just a tad!) better - and I machine wash. At least with the base yarn she was using last year.
I hope to finish these off, so I can cast on for the latest STR Rockin' Sock Club shipment.
*I actually cast on for a Chevron Scarf with this yarn and some leftover Fairgrounds from these socks, but decided the colors needed to be on their own to fully show off the rich, jewel-like colors.