I have been working my little heart out, slaving away trying to get these finished! Partly so I can move on to new (and therefore more exciting) projects.
The Catkin is somewhere in the middle of the last chart. It really is an ingenious pattern. Though it looks like colour work it really isn’t. It’s just slipped stitches! And I love the texture that was created through the pumpkin section using just knit and purl stitches!
The rows are over 500 stitches each at the moment, so it’s not exactly fast going. Particularly when I realised I’d missed a button hole, and had to un-knit a row to get back to where I needed to fix it.
My Silk Shantung Scarf is much closer to being finished. I got to the end and decided it needed something a little more special than just “ending” so I cast on more stitches, and commenced knitting an edging on.
It’s so close! Then I just have to block it into magnificence!
The massive Estonian piece has the centre body completed, I just need to cast on over 400 stitches (twice) for the edging. I need to brace myself for that.