The Vine Yoke Cardigan is my favourite WIP, and I am nearly finished with it. It is knitted all in one piece and is a very clever construction by my favourite designer, Ysolda Teague. Thanks to a pattern reading error, I am making it in stocking stitch, rather than garter, and in the most beautiful of all the yarns, Malabrigo Worsted Merino. The photograph below doesn't do it justice frankly.
The finished jumper will make me look taller, thinner and will flatter my hair and complexion, while making me wittier, a better knitter and a more interesting writer. Is it any wonder these things never get finished?
This is my first entry to a blog-along, which doesn't sound like a thing, but apparently is, called A Year of Projects. The people running it on Ravelry started back in August, so I'm hopping in at the middle and will see what happens. My list for this year, which for me will be running until the end of February next year, is all the WIPs listed at the top, as well as four patterns from my queue: Rusted Root, Hedgehog Mittens, Lucy's birthday Starburst Flower Blanket and Idlewood. I can't see anything going wrong with all that, can you?