Welp, this tank is pretty cool. It also reminds me that I need to hit the streets, for a walk and some yoga later. My arms! Oy. This is a headless picture since I haven’t had a shower and my eyes are having an allergy attack. You’ve seen my mug enough, anyhow. And this is the only shot where you couldn’t see my upper arms (YOU try taking a picture of yourself in a tank while avoiding those parts):
And THIS is what happens when I try to take mirror shots.
I really liked the Lion-Brand Microspun (color 144). I used about 4 skeins, perhaps a little less, and while it is splitty and a little finicky, it’s so SOFT. And inexpensive, to boot. Pattern is from the new Spring/Summer 2004 Vogue Knitting.
I have a friend who has done a LOT for me in my move. He’s a good guy, and a good friend, and he’s giving me a couch. So I’m gonna make him a sweater. Now that the tank is done, I can dive right in. I’m using Galway Highland Heather in a deep grey, and I want something simple but not boring. I’m thinking a 3×1 top-down raglan, but I’ll have to do some swatching experiments. I cannot believe I now both swatch and mattress stitch. I used to be so proud of the fact that I DIDN’T CARE. Now I do. Don’t tell.
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