This is the last fleece that I spent time spinning. It's Romney-Corriedale from Knowltons Farm. It's soft and warm and this sweater pattern will keep my butt warm this winter. I love sweaters that do that.
It's knitting up fast and the pattern is very easy to understand. I did add more rows of garter stitch on the beginning edge to help it hang better than shown in the picture on the pattern.
The sweater shawl continues finally. I have to be very careful when I crochet. I did so much around 20 years ago that I started having carpel tunnel problems and tendonitis in my thumb. Having a death grip on the hook really aggravates this problem so have to think about holding the hook like a little bird. Nice and loose and relax!
You can see the first sleeve taking shape at the top of the picture. I haven't sewn beads on the crochet yet.
Our weather is changing today. Snow forecast for the mountains above 7000 ft. Rain down here. We received a wonderful downpour yesterday for about 10 minutes. Love that. The sun will be back this weekend so can get one lawn mowed and start cleaning up my perennials around the yard. Yarrow will be cut and moved and especially cut back the Jupiter's Beard. These plants got really tall this year with all the rain and are now blocking all of the walkways. It's very annoying.
I will stay busy today inside and most of tomorrow, gloom outside gets me down sometimes so working on colorful stuff in here will help with that. :>)