Imitation is the sincerest form of strategy, right? Well, I hope so because a couple of months ago Louisa came to Richmond Knitters wearing the most incredible cowl . I hadn't seen it around, but it's Millwater by Beth Kling and I had to make one.
I ordered the Malabrigo when I ordered the yarn for my mother's Noro Cardiagan and I decided to cast it on while I start her jumper, the logic being that this pattern is so simple and easy to memorise that I can knit it in the dark - and did for a while at the movies yesterday. So, that's my plan - knit this cowl when I don't need to concentrate. I's not how I usually do things, but I'm going to keep two things on the needles for the next little bit.
|The purple on the bottom is my provisional cast on|