She’s been working on a scarf during her morning commute to work. Her husband works here, too, in our distribution center, so he drives while she knits.
She just finished this sweet spring-colored baby afghan. It’s from one of our Leisure Arts books—Quick Knit Keepsakes Book 2 by Melissa Leapman. Oh, so pretty!
She’s got of bunch of sampler squares and rectangles knitted up from 60 Easy-To-Knit Pattern Stitches. Now, she’s got to put them together…(I once handed a bag full of crocheted granny squares to a friend with the words, “Here’s the afghan I made you…some assembly required.”)
And she’s tackling the afghan from I Can’t Believe I’m Knitting Cables. It calls for super bulky weight yarn, but she didn’t have any and is using two strands of medium weight yarn instead.
Wish I could be half as productive. I finished a crocheted potholder. Well, I would have finished a potholder if I could bring myself to actually whipstitch the seams together.