I’m already nostalgic for the time back in the spring when we were cooking up colors with Beth Casey for Lorna’s Laces Haymarket yarn.
Remember this? The Locking Ring of Potential Shades?
Remember how we went for the softest version of each color?
Remember how the shades on the left looked so much better than those awful shades on the right? (LOL. The difference is incredibly subtle, but there is a difference, I swear!)
Remember how Amy Christoffers’s Love and Happiness Cowl gripped me by the elbows and wouldn’t let go? Metaphorically, I mean. A cowl can’t grip, really, I guess.
I’m finishing up my second dose of Love and Happiness. It’s such a handy project, just a simple set of cables shifting along in a pretty way. Knitting worsted weight yarn means things come together in a hurry.
Name that airport carpet! (Maybe you should check the website of airport carpets of the world.)
Quiet knits like this are one of the pleasures of knitting—the little emergency knitting project for the moments when you’re unexpectedly caught someplace. Do you remember life before knitting? Remember when a six-hour flight delay in the Columbus, Ohio airport was agony, not the ecstasy of an unexpected boon of knitting time? Yeah, I don’t either. Isn’t knitting the best thing ever?