I started this knit back in early March, as an experiment in designing a neckline that would fit me better. I got what I thought would work and then got distracted by more Springy knitting, and put it aside. Then last week I was caught with nothing to knit, so I picked up the abandoned start and began again.
Turns out it was just the thing for Autumn, and it was so fun to make. It's all sock yarns, held double, and in four colorways. I decided to make it shorter than my other cardigans, about four inches longer than waist length. The yarn is from Nordic Mart, and I would do it again in other colors.
In fact, I liked the idea of sock yarns so much that I went to my stash and found a bunch I could coordinate and turn into not-socks! That ought to empty that sock yarn drawer.
I got my MRI results and will be having knee surgery next Wednesday, which is a relief. I am eager to put this discomfort in the past.
And today is my quilting class, and I am all ready to go. It will be fun to get back in teacher mode.