As the final week of our Bang Out a Hadley knitalong strides into view, the situation is very simple.
We’re getting there. Look at this yoke; it’s practically knitting itself at this point. It takes many repeats of the 12 stitch pattern to go around, so you can really get into a rhythm on the Fair Isle pattern. Somehow it seems much easier than it did on the sleeves.
And those who haven’t yet gotten to the yoke? They are well on their way to the yoke.
All we need to do now is pull up our socks, keep our heads down, and don’t lose foc……
MINI SKEINS! I HAVE 12 MINI SKEINS! RIGHT HERE IN MY HOUSE!
AND A BRAND-NEW PATTERN I WANT TO CAST ON. RIGHT NOW!
(It’s Dionisio Point, a cowl by Elizabeth Elliott.)
I will still get my Hadley done by February 28. No problem! What could be a problem?
I’m just going to take a teensy break and do a widdle bitty stretch of corrugated ribbing.
You know how I love corrugated ribbing, Ann.