The Vitamin D is more or less dry. I tried it on. It fits but I don't think it's very flattering, but I'll give it a chance. I'm letting it hang on a hanger over night and I'll try it on again tomorrow over all black. I may have to find a new owner for it.

Here's what I'm thinking of embarking on next, sweater-wise. Please do tell me if you think I'm on thin ice. The Longmeadow Farm yarn is aran weight and is enough to knit Beth Brown Reinsel's Celtic Dreams, which I think is beautiful. I'd want to make it into a cardigan though. OR, should I knit Nora Gaughan's Tweedy Aran, which has been on my radar for much longer? 

The Celtic Dreams pattern sits before me, crisp and ready, while the Tweedy Aran lurks somewhere in a pile...

I think I need to take a break and knit a shawlette!


Joan said…
I've knitted the Tweedy Aran, and loved it. But I regret having knitted it in a neutral color. I want to make it again, this time in red (and I'll knit the button bands straight up this time because I heartily dislike the way the garter ridge pooches on my tummy). Celtic Dreams is lovely too!
Julie said…
Seems to me you are really wanting to knit Celtic Dreams, go with your gut!

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