Here is Harold's sweater, knit on the knitting machine. The gauge was 5 STI and the back was 25 inches across, so I had to make the back in two pieces and seam them up. I hate to say it, but it may be time for an extension set. This sweater was a breeze on the machine, with sewing in the zipper as the main challenge. Thanks, Nicole! The other problem with this sweater is that my knitpicks merino style in storm is apparently from two dyelots. The difference in color is glaring in fluorescent light. Oh well. This is possibly my oldest stash yarn, so I am happy to have it knit up and out of the bins!
Sweater for Yohana, begun while she was still in the womb and finished this past weekend. I got so bored that I had to make it a short sleeved sweater. Oh well. Knitpicks shine.
I remade ganomy with bigger needles and a different decreasing strategy at the top. I'm still getting the bulges in the front and back. hmmm. Karabella yak, which is 50% yak and 50% merino. It is super soft and feels slightly felty.
baby hat with the last of the yak and handpainted yarn bulky merino. my first pom pom on my pom pom maker! I think I could get obsessed with making pom poms.