I’ve been reading a new book, the sweeping sequel to The Passage. It’s complex and moving, even a little sad and scary at times. It’s epic and will probably take me a bit to get through. And that’s okay, especially with the help of a before-work-mocha and reading moment from time to time.
My fall sweater is nearly finished! I am actually ready to start the ribbing on the second cuff and will hopefully be done tonight! Just in time to jet off to Hawaii for a long weekend with Sweetie to celebrate our 10th wedding anniversary.
Which brings me to the subject of travel knitting. As you know, a lot of careful thought and planning goes into strategizing vacation knitting projects. The amount of sedentary travel time directly affects the number and complexity of projects I take.
This time I am excited to unearth some single skeins from deep stash and will be attempting a small project on each flight to and fro. I’m thinking this and this. And I might also throw in a sock-in-progress for good measure. I only took one project with me to New York and I finished it on the flight over! Better to overpack, I say.
What’s on your nightstand and in your project basket this week?
Thanks to Ginny for the Yarn Along inspiration!