The Wedge scarf is done, with the majority of knitting done in the car, starting on the big road trip back in April and picked back up this month for waiting in school pick-up lines, etc.:
|Wedge, designed by Norah Gaughan.|
Free pattern from Berroco.com.
Yarn: Teksrena 4-ply (fingering weight) from Lithuania
I also refreshed my memory on what I was doing with the "Entwined" Shoulder Shawl though it is not as easy to cart around with me. After taking this picture, I started the interesting part with the knitted "fingers" that get woven together to form the shawl closure.
|"Entwined" Shoulder Shawl, designed by O/C Knitiot Designs - Deby Lake. ($5)|
Yarn: Berroco Lustra (50% tencel, 50% merino)
Don't be alarmed, but I actually swatched this week. With shawls and scarves, I generally don't bother swatching, but for a baby sweater I thought it might be nice to produce something in the expected size...
|Turns out my gauge is even crazier than I thought. |
Let's just all hope for the best, shall we?
The Cat's Paw scarf should be finished today -- one daughter has voice and piano lessons, the other daughter has religious education class. I think they may be trying to wear me out so that I'll stop panicking at the notion that Teen Daughter is less than 2 months from being eligible for a driver's training permit.