-I am at work on my lunch break; one of which I don’t take often enough.
-I am waiting for this afternoon to be over: We have a huge project going on and it’s live as of 3 p.m. today.
-I am sitting at my desk knitting the sleeve of a sweater.
-I was hoping to have this sweater done by now because it’s currently freezing in the office.
-At least it’s keeping my lap warm as I knit.
-I am really hoping to be done with this sweater by tomorrow afternoon so I can wear it to work for the remainder of the week.
-No, I have no shame in wearing the same sweater multiple days in a row.
-Why, you ask? Because it’s warm. That’s why.
The yarn is Cascade Eco and I’m knitting it based on the Leaflet Sweater from Knitty. I adapted it so it doesn’t have the lace panel and I’m making the button band much larger so it’ll overlap a bit in the front. I’m using two full skeins of Eco. Oh and I did garter stitch on the edges. Basically all I used the pattern for was the raglan increases. It’s tight on the arms, but that’s what I wanted. The next one I make will be just a hair larger so it’ll require less of a button band and the sleeves will be looser. As soon as the sleeves are done, I’ll be using the rest of the yarn (probably) to knit the button band. Still not sure if I want to include buttons, though.