The Day-to-Days

Wow, it’s been ages since I shared anything other than an FO with you. Obviously, the knitting is continuing post-kids! The blogging, not so much. Not because I don’t have time, actually–since I only work part-time I actually spend a fair amount of time here at home with the boys, and they’re both pretty independent kids. But my husband is working from home at the moment, and we only have one computer. As much as I love my phone, a good blogging device it is not.

Still, the time has come to make some resolutions and follow them, so hopefully you’ll be seeing more of me here soon. Spring frenzy has definitely hit this part of New England, so when I cast off another Jacob sweater the other day?

I pretty much had no choice but to cast on 3 projects to replace it.

(February Lady Sweater for my friend Beth, and a couple of pairs of mystery socks.) I’ve wanted to knit the FLS for about an eon now, but it’s completely wrong for my body type. (While I never really LIKE it when dressing for my figure limits my wardrobe, I do appreciate the results–thanks, Trinny and Susannah!) The happy solution arrived when my very good friend and excellent knitwear recipient Beth admired the sweater. A few hanks of Dream in Color Classy later, I was good to go. I’m really enjoying it so far, and especially enjoying the speedy progress of a worsted-weight sweater as compared to my other sweater project:

Salina is pretty much exactly right for my body type, in my favorite color, and a glorious yarn. Unfortunately, such teeny tiny stitches do result in fairly slow going. Still, I have the back and most of one sleeve done now, so I have hope I’ll be able to wear it this spring.

Why two pairs of socks, you ask? Well, one particular part of my stash has really been inspiring me lately.

Happy spring!

5 thoughts on “The Day-to-Days

  1. Your new projects are very promising! I look forward to see their progress! Have a great day!

  2. That is going to be a beautiful FLS!

    BTW – I think you look great! And even though you think you have the wrong body type for it (which you’re wrong) I think it is a universally flattering on all women. 🙂

  3. FLS is a fabulous knit. I do think that it would look fine on you. It is the most flattering knit I have made for myself. Salina is a great knit too!

  4. Your sock yarn is inspiring me too, and I am officially on a sock hiatus!

  5. FLS is a fabulous knit. I do think that it would look fine on you. It is the most flattering knit I have made for myself. Salina is a great knit too!

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