There is not a lot of knitting going on this week. I have caught the plague from one of my kids and I am currently nesting on the sofa surrounded by tissues, books, knitting and the remote for the TV. I know sick days mean extra knitting time for a lot of knitters, but there is a brain fog accompanying this plague that is causing me to have a very short attention span.
I did get a whopping 2 rows done on Cecily. That's over 1340 stitches, so that's actually not bad. I moved this project to longer needles and I am really liking the Addi Turbo Rockets that I am using. This is the first time I have ever used Addis.
I have turned the heel on my rainbow socks. I tried it on and after one more grey section I will be able to start shaping the toe. I have a couple of conference calls today so I should be able to get a few rows in while I am dialed in.
The second sock of my new 'Moriarty' design is moving along nicely. The tech editor has finished with it and the test knitters are testing the pattern now. I am aiming for a mid-April release.
And here is a sneak peak of a pattern that is being released on April 1st. It was previously published by a 3rd party and the rights revert back to me this month.
I designed a skirt! Sunday Brunch is in the April 2016 issue of I Like Knitting magazine.
I hope you have had a great knitting week.