Ahhhhhh. Picture time.
My finished fingerless mitts modeled by my lovely daughter (her manicure was *much* nicer than mine). The yarn is from a Canadian eBay seller (sheepgal54). She does some amazing stuff. I was enthralled with the yarn and the way the various colors came together and worked together. The cable down the front really stood out.
Here is view showing the front and back and one with a closeup of the yarn showing the stitch definition. This is (I'm winging it here) a 2 ply with multi-colored space-dyed wool. I would guess the weight to be about a worsted. Nice.
Here's a lap throw I'm working on using Crayon yarn from Knit Picks. This yarn is sooooo soft it should be illegal. Even though it is 100% cotton it doesn't hurt my hands the way most 100% cotton does. Definitely a pleasure to work with. It's one of those knits that I'll keep coming back to when I need something simple. No deadline either, which makes it nice. Garter stitch all the way and I'm loving it.
The dish rag! The dish rag! This is my practice dish rag for dish rag tag
Remember when I mentioned the top-down sweater I started? The one I'll need to frog?
Check out this saucy little wench all relaxing on the red chair there. So pleased with herself.
Check out that cable action. Oh yeah, baby. You know you like it.
And get a load of that color work!
Shame it's going to get ripped right up the to armholes. Darn dirty shame.
Just keep repeating "It's the process... it's the process"