I never thought it would happen, but I might have spent too much time on Ravelry. It was a hot, holiday weekend - perfect timing for a bit of research, I thought. Untold hours later I came up for air with several long lists and many more project ideas than I had intended.
Several of the projects were not really what I was looking for, but the twists and turns of Ravelry are half the fun. Discovering new and interesting patterns is always a possibility if you're willing to stray from the straight and narrow.
So with new projects in mind, I started selecting colors.
And that has created another dilemma. Eeny, meeny, miny, moe.
Ravelry didn't suck up the entire weekend. There was also a fair amount of knitting time.
That shapely yoke from last week grew into a sweater. The increases are finished, and the body is almost done. This is Ravi Junior, in case you're wondering. It's knitting up so quickly, it almost makes me sad. But there's no need to linger . . . the knitting queue is long.