Rules for Feeding the Stash

Wednesday, March 28, 2018

Crop Topping

It's nice to be back into my regular routine. I've switched back to my Intense TPCT, and I'm trying to finish the body before I let myself wind the next skein for my Orange Finn. I had brought this to my knitting retreat, but I only managed a round or two on it at the lodge. 

Last night the temperature hovered in the low 50s for a couple hours, so I took this out on the porch for an inch or so. I really love knitting on the porch, but there's really only a couple days a year when it's not too hot or cold outside. I am exceptionally picky about temperatures, and I have a very small spectrum of "acceptable" knitting weather.

There's a couple more inches on this before the twisted rib at the bottom, and I'm hoping to get close to finished with it this week. The library is closed on Friday for Easter Break, but I'm planning on taking that day to go through my storage unit and get rid of a bunch of stuff, so I'm not really getting any extra knitting time out of it.


  1. I like your yarn, and the neckline is really pretty. I know what you mean about knitting weather. We've had a few pretty days but the mosquitos will be here soon, so I'm trying to enjoy as much time knitting outside as I can.

  2. Routine is everything, right?
    Your sweater progress looks amazing!