I had every intention of returning to the scarf I'd begun from my NYC souvenir yarn. I realized I somehow had zigged when I should have zagged, and it's been sitting there for the last four or so months.
On Monday, I had to set aside the hemp tank top when I realized that I needed to figure out where to place the short rows. In other words, I have to figure out where my boobs go, and who really wants to face that issue?
Before I knew it, I'd cast on for something new. The yarn at least came out of my stash, but I'm about 60 rows into it and have realized I need to figure out how to space the increases.
I know now why so many Civil War images show women knitting socks. Depending on the sock pattern, one hardly has to think.
A few days ago, I posted an image of a CW woman wearing some knitted undersleeves. Here's a pair that I knit some time back.
The kit (Brown Sheep yarn and pattern and historic notes) came from Robin Stokes.
*The latest MLA standard for capitalization says that the "to" of an infinitive should not be capitalized.