WIP: Shoulder wrap

I have been navigating in a stockinette sea for the past weeks. The waters are calm. The voyage has been very relaxing; nothing like mindless knitting while watching a fun podcast (the knit girllls). Having a cold drink within reach makes the whole experience complete. These days I am able to find joy in simple ways.

Within a week or so, this vest should have the ends weaved and the arm holes finished with a crochet edging. Is knitted in Blue Sky organic cotton, which is extremely soft and nice to the touch. I foresee wearing the vest as an extra layer as we slowly transition from summer to fall.

Also in stockinette fashion, I have made a good dent on my Lady Kina cardigan. I have been bitten by the sweater bug! Whatever! There are plenty of other bites more dangerous! By the way, do you know what's the limit on projects for the Ravelry queue? I have added so many cute sweater patterns that I'm afraid I'll get billed by Ravelry for using too much bandwidth.

What have you been up to? I would love to take a peek.

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  1. I can't stop looking at these pictures !

  2. Beautiful love. You have a way with the camera and your knitting looks gorgeous! Can't wait to see the finished projects.
    BTW...I have way more items queued then you do. There can never be a limit on possibilities!