Well, after a short absence due to holiday and then recovery-from-holiday this is going to be a brief update.
I’ve been pottering along on the Honeybee Cardigan:
As you can see I’m well into the yoke now, so all that remains is to finish that, work the neck and button bands and make the pockets. “That’s all“, she says!
There has been a corresponding lack of progress on everything else, of course, so all I have to show are these couple of rows on the Advent Stole:
And that is all for now!
Leading off with the most progress in the past 7 days is the Honeybee Cardigan:
And a better look at the 3 lace panels in the centre back:
The Birch Stole plods on (although it’s now getting tricky to photograph it all):
Look at the size of the remaining yarn to get an idea of how much I’ve done since last week.
And I managed 4 rows on the Advent Calendar Stole last night (there’s an awful 3-into-9 increase that slowed me right down):
Short but sweet today.
I’m about to rip the heel out on the second Jules sock for the third time (I didn’t take notes when I did the first heel – bad knitter), so no photo-progress of that.
The Birch stole has had another tier added:
But the most progress has come on the Honeybee Cardigan:
Here’s the maths planning I did to get the lace panels in the right places:
Well, that wasn’t very short, was it? Moving on ….
Since you saw the progress on the Birch stole yesterday, it’s omitted here.
The sleeves of the Honeybee cardigan are coming along nicely:
And I’m about to have a second attempt at turning the heel on the second Jules socks:
The Duotone Cowl is doneski, so look out for that on an FO Friday soon.
My two main WIPs are the Jules socks for my dad
and the Honeybee Cardigan for my mum
No progress on the Birch entrelac stole, so no photo needed!