I wore Jeanie to Stitches today. She was very, very popular. My favorite "what pattern is THAT?" question came from a masseuse in a booth across from the booth I was in. The masseuse was busy doing her thang and just kind of jumped up and down and wagged her head until she caught my eye, and then mouthed over the heads of all the shopper, "WHAT PATTERN IS THAT?" I ran over to tell her. Free pattern, people! (I used the yarn specified in the pattern, about 2.75 skeins.)
Love, love, love it. It sat well, felt great, and it was just the right weight for the convention center.
Oh, pictures? Well, okay.
It blocked out WAY longer and bigger than it had been. This suits me fine, since the only reason I really stopped knitting was because I wanted to get it done in time for Stitches, and I’m so glad I did or I might have been making a bedspread instead.
From the back. (Bonus Where’s Lala? shot.)
My dress has pockets! (Bonus Where’s Lala? shot.)
And for your viewing pleasure, Willie says hello:
Yes, Stitches was great. Jill, your Grommet knits tattoo was AWESOME. It was wonderful meeting everyone I met. I’m not sure if I’ll be back tomorrow — Wondercon, the comic book convention is on at the same time, and while I’m not a comic-book person (sorry), I do support my wife in her comic-book lovin’. She supports me in the yarn, after all. Good stuff.
She’s actually still out at her convention right now, so I’m going to pour a glass of wine and turn up the heat (brrr!) and cast on for a new sweater right NOW. I bought a Shelridge Farm Kit that was so cute in person, the Haida Pullover. The picture on their site doesn’t do it justice. Very cool. And BRAINLESS. I need brainless.
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