Latest rug project, called Harvest Moon (by Deanne Fitzpatrick @hookingrugs):
Slightly earlier version:
Slow but steady progress after a couple weeks of hospital time.
Harvest Moon is the exact same pattern, with a twist, that I did last summer in Mahone Bay. Last summer’s was called Summer Blooms (different colours, and you don’t hook the moon!):
Summer Blooms was my favourite at the time. I really liked how it turned out. When Harvest Moon is done, I will do a side-by-side compare and contrast.
Also working on a scarf (after my wool stash got infested with moths a couple months ago, my fault entirely – this wool was frozen for 48 hours to make sure that all the greeblies were killed off):
Here’s what is SHOULD look like when done:
Honestly, super boring to knit, which is one excuse for the slow progress. But easy peasy, which is all I am capable of when it comes to knitting.
Of course, I’d love to aspire to:
But my next knitting project is much much simpler:
And this will be the next I suspect:
Perhaps this blog will document my progress to becoming an actual accomplished knitter? I’m doubtful, but who knows.