Fiber Freeze Frame | Rondelay


It was this last weekend as I was finally able to work on the second rondel....


Now, I'm on the last rondel for Rondelay and looking forward to seeing it off the needles because she's awfully scrunched up now.

Finishing will have to wait for a bit now though, it's time for taco Sunday at our house.

I hope you found time to knit or do something else you enjoy this weekend!

On My Needles...

As usual, I have several WIP's right now. Some are secret - sorry - and some are just plain neglected, but there are a couple that are getting a fair amount of attention and I'm really excited to share these with you!CSLatticeWIP2My Cap Sleeve Lattice Top for the KAL is finally moving along and I'm ready to cast off & on for the neck! You can see the body color I've selected in the photo - both are very neutral colors that will be perfect with jeans or a fun skirt. I still have a lot of ground to cover, but once the lace is done and I'm knitting in the round, it will fly! I'm keeping my motivation up with thinking about trying it on once it's joined in the round!

Pattern: Cap Sleeve Lattice Top - MODIFIED

Yarn: Skinny Cotton by Blue Sky Alpacas (30 Birch & 314 Gravel)

Raveled:  Cap Sleeve Lattice Top - modifications are noted

RondelayWIPThis is the another little bit of lovely that found it's way onto my needles. I shared the newly arrived skein of Fine Art a couple days ago and after officially casting on for the shop sample last night, it's beginning to look like something!

Pattern: Rondelay

Yarn: Fine Art by Rowan (306 Lapwing)

Raveled:  Rondelay

What do you think? Are you inspired to knit something with Skinny Cotton? Do you want to knit a Rondelay with me?