The leggings, or should I say leg of the leggings, has almost reached the crotch of one leg and I think at that point I'll cast on and begin the second leg instead of working that one leg toward the hip----- I've become bored to bits with this project and if I don't get going on the second leg I'm afraid this project will be a wip forever!
As far as the Year With EZ goes, I've decided NOT to knit the sweater for next month, not in ANY size. It is a polo style and I have absolutely no interest in it, none! So I'll use the time to finish up the mitered square sweater (which is languishing this past week when I felt as if I was running the B&B) and get the leggings done.
I have horrible startitis calling me I'm afraid, I want so badly to get another sweater going. Silver Belle from Vogue Knits is calling my name as is a simpler mockneck style chunky knit. That's when I know I'm bored beyond reason, all I can think about is what is not on my needles!
One of our younger guests this past week was a 12 year old young man who had just learned the knitting basics at camp over the summer. He was fascinated with my knitting so when I asked him if he'd like it if I would cast on something for him, he excitedly chose a scarf. I dug up some old circs and some yarn from the stash and off he went. It was such a surprise to me that a young man of his age would be such the knitter, but there you go--- no judgments! It was a lovely surprise! When he and his family left for home I went to Knit Picks, bought him some great chunky yarn and a new pair of Harmony circs (lucky kid) and had it shipped to him in NJ. I know he will love it and I sure did enjoy doing it for him.
No photos, please forgive me------ I'll catch up later! For the moment I have another day with brides, thankfully no outdoor engagement sessions in this 90 degree heat! Where in the world did Fall go???