|Picking up stitches that are going to become free|
|Ready to start reknitting!|
|A partial Skråtrøje, uncurled thanks to steaming.|
|The Queen Susan, dangling in front of a fake fireplace|
Sunday, I mended the cashmere hap shawl. I think this is the 3rd time something in the edging has needed reknitting? And that's only if you don't count reknitting the entire border AND edging due to an insufficienty of stitches. Cashmere is a lovely yarn to work with, but it doesn't agree with household chores. I need to make myself a normal hap shawl, I suppose.
My Skråtrøje was in time out for a while, since it had an incredible amount of curl. The nice, flat sweater bottom you see curled up so much that the right side of the fabric wasn't even visible. Having to uncurl the sweater from the needles just to find the stitches to knit got annoying, so I stuck it aside. Then I ran out of reasonable knitting (Sorry, Molly's Fault!) and decided to take the plunge and steam it. The drawback would be that I'd have some REALLY lively yarn if I frogged it after steaming. However, it behaved itself, so I'm knitting onwards. The next row has the underarm bindoff.
Today, I received the yarn for the Williamson Shawl. Ahhhhh. Pictures next week, if I'm good. Pictures of the Gotland Solhjul hats, too. And maybe even the cowl I'm working on for my LYS.
Time to run!