Somehow, March is here! I can't believe how fast this year is already going. This month was a transition one as far as my knitting goes. After finishing my Bellows cardigan, I was able to pick up and start some new things:
I finished (almost) one sleeve of my Ondawa before running out of yarn. I had to wait for my tax refund to order the rest of it, ha, ha. Every time I pull it out of it's bag, those cables just kill me; I'm dying to start the body!
I've been a long time admirer of the Plucky Knitter's yarn and patterns, but never got a chance to try any of their yarn until their Plucky Reserve shop was opened. I knew I wanted to knit Andrea Mowry's Range shawl, and one night I happened to stumble on the perfect range of Plucky shades. The colors are just wonderful and the yarn has gorgeous stitch definition; on top of that I'm learning the two-color brioche which is great fun.
The bottom photos are both beginnings of my own designs. Eek! I feel like I have no idea what I'm doing but I'm just going for it. The left photo's knitting will eventually be a hat knit in Acadia from The Fibre Co. and the swatches on the right are Quince & Co.'s Puffin. Stay tuned for more info on those; I'm so excited to see if they actually work!