>It’s been a bit of a schizophrenic week of knitting. I can’t seem to stay focused on anything for too long. I blame the Asterick. I’ve hit a little stumbling block in the directions. I honestly don’t know what direction to be knitting in. I think the directions are telling me to turn, and knit back to the start of the wing, and then wrap those stitches again. But, I’m not certain and I would rather stop knitting it for a day or two then deal with the ramifications of messing it up. Fortunately my BFF has made it already and warned me that this was coming. It’s going to be a quick question and answer and then I’ll be off to the races again. With that in mind, the main body of the shawlette is finished and the first wing is in it’s final section so I’m not complaining too much.
Updated from this morning: Problem was worse then I first thought and I had to rip out the enter wing back to the main body. Good news, the directions make a whole lot more sense now, though there was a serious amount of grumbling on my part while I frogged back. Bolix!!!!
I also ended up casting on Urbana by Stephen West. I hadn’t planned to do this right now, but I need at least one mindless projects on the needles and my BFF is casting on her’s and we thought that it would be fun to have a little mini knit-a-long. The colour way is “When I Bit Him, I Could Hear the Ocean.” It’s a Buffy the Vampire Slayer quote from Drusilla. However, unlike Dru, this yarn looks stunning in the sunlight. (Maybe there will be sunlight here again one day and I can take pictures then.)
Sadly the sock is still just a sock. I finally, feel the urge to cast on the second sock. This is good since it is not uncommon for a sock in my basket to be without it’s mate for a long, long time. I have located the cast on I used for the first sock and should be able to do that soon.
I long time WIP also saw some love last night. Didn’t get too far, but further than I was.