After all those fabulous temptations I am sure you are wondering what entrancing project I am working on now. I'm not.
I haven't sewn anything together. Otto is stacked nicely awaiting seaming. Rogue is still in the same queue.
In need of a quick, simple, mindless project that required no advance planning, I grabbed a skein of Mission Falls 1824 cotton that had been sitting around and took a quick look at Knitting for Baby by Melanie Falick and Kristen Nicholas. I knew there was a simple washcloth project in there, and since 1824 cotton can go in the washer and dryer and softens up so nicely with time, I thought this might be an interesting project.
In a couple of days worth of stolen moments, the washcloth is done:
looking a little worse for having been scrunched, folded, and crammed in corners all weekend, but nice anyway. Here is a detail of the edging:
It is not the most inspiring thing I have ever knit at a Bard Music Festival, but then Liszt has not proven to be the most inspiring subject either. We'll call it a wash.
Which reminds me, what am I going to take to knit on tomorrow??