>It always happens this way. I was hoping (dare I say, expecting) to be finished with something by now, but no. Then again, a few things have come up in the past weeks, including an inflamed shoulder that required a bit of a knitting vacation and a serious massage, and a little fluffy rabbit named Ganache that I’m adopting from the House Rabbit Society.

My very exasperated bun, Ganache


Needless to say, the knitting progress has suffered. Nonetheless, here’s what’s been on my needles as of late:


First up is the
Effortless Cardigan designed by Hannah Fettig, that I’m knitting with the Tumblr gals. Basically, I’m a sucker for MadelineTosh yarns so it’s definitely been a pleasure to knit. I’m past the subtle waist shaping and now finishing the length of the cardi body. And this sweater truly is a breeze, ignoring the fact that I hate purling these long rows. Seriously, I’ve taken against purling. Moving on.



The other WIP is
Hermione’s Everyday Socks designed by Dreams in Fiber, that I’m knitting in the most gorgeous sock yarn ever: Neighborhood Fiber Company’s studio sock yarn in the Bloomingdale colorway. Basically, this plummy-peachy colorway is perfection, and the fact that it’s lovingly dyed in DC makes my heart even warmer. The only problem with these socks is that they’re distracting me from sweater knitting. The typical complaints, of course.

The socks are a product of serious startitis, and I’m realizing that my eyes are bigger than my knitting needles, lately. There’s so much I want to knit and so much yarn I’d like to buy, that I simply give up, hide underneath a blanket on the sofa watching Pride and Prejudice on repeat, and forget knitting altogether. What do you do when knitting fatigue sets in?

And psst, check out Tami’s Amis for even more Work in Progress Wednesday action!

Happy knitting!
xx

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