First of all, an update. Remember how in my last post, I was swatching for THREE different projects? Well, I came home that night and didn't finish swatching or start any of them! Instead, I worked on my Joseph's Blankie of Many Colors for Walker and then I cast on this:
The Nordic Cowl, a free pattern from my LYS in Cascade Eco Duo, one of the softest wools ever. The best thing about this pattern? No gauge-no swatching! I have to admit that I was rather nervous if it would go over my head or not. I do wish though, that I had cast off in pattern. I did complete the baby booties and I've started the Multnomah.
Now......back to the Joseph's Blankie of Many Colors and my plan. I am down to the borders!! Check this out! One side is complete and I'm working on the second side.
So. The plan is to get up a few minutes early every morning and complete one row. Just one row. My calculations show that if I do this, I should finish by the end of May with time to spare.
Other projects on the needles or in line: Peapod and diaper covers for Elizabeth's photograhy business, a Joseph's Blankie of Many Colors for Tristan, Multnomah for me, and Linny Wrap for me.