Archive for February, 2003

Done with Juice; on to Aran

Friday, February 28th, 2003

I should have posted more to this blog by now, and that’s all I’m going to say about that. I have made a little bit of progress on my sweater in terms of stitches and a great deal of progress in terms of process. Caroline introduced me to a handly tool which I’m calling a […]

Deconstruction of Honeycomb Stitch

Tuesday, February 18th, 2003

Last night I met Yvette at Barnes & Noble to work on some stuff. I brought the juice sweater (still not done) and the Aran, which had a flaw in the honeycomb stitch about four rows back. I had crossed a stitch in the wrong direction, breaking the lovely hexagon pattern that makes up the […]

One step forwards, two steps back

Saturday, February 15th, 2003

Remember how I said the Juice sweater was almost done for Kelly’s niece? Oops. I got a replacement pattern for it and was chugging along with the yoke when I realized I’d left out several rows between the decrease rows, and that I was still working in the round when I was supposed to be […]

Entering Transition

Tuesday, February 11th, 2003

I’m entering a transition period. I’m moving out of the house I share with my two roommates, one of whom was my partner for five years. She’ll still be my best friend. I’m awkward when I’m single. Well, that’s only part of the truth. I’m awkward when I’m part of a couple, too. But I […]

One neck, one body, two sleeves

Thursday, February 6th, 2003

No pictures today because I need to get my stuff organized. My posessions have been taking a Brownian motion path throughout the house, and as a result I’ve got bits and pieces of knitting everywhere. I’d take a photo of the chaos just to prove it to you, but my housemates might not be so […]