September 13, 2009

So, What Else Am I Doing In Williamsburg...

I know, I know. My title should have ended with a question mark. Call it "poetic license". I just want all my titles to end in ellipses. Call my old English teacher, Mrs. Gaskill. I'll explain it to her later.

I've restarted my Plymouth Confusion cardigan on this trip. I've already completed the back and am now working on the left front side. It's really knitting up quickly. I love the multi-textures of this yarn and it's going to look great whether I wear it with dress slacks or jeans. It's just that kind of yarn.

This is a photograph of the strand of yarn so you can see what I'm talking about with the multiple textures that are revealed as I knit along. It's easy to knit quickly because I keep looking to see what's next along the strand. Clicking on the photo will enlarge it for you.

I'm hoping to have all the work completed - and perhaps even assemble it - before we leave Williamsburg to head home. I promise I'll let you know how it's coming along. You can keep track of my progress by clicking here, or going to "Currently On My Needles" Flickr album in my right sidebar.
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Barbara said...

Donna, Roy and I will be in Williamsburg for a week starting on Sept 24...is this where you live and if so, give us some tips on resturants, ect.

Barbara

Barbara said...

Oh silly me I know you live in Florida.....sorry I just saw Williamsburg and forgot where I was.

Barbara

Snap said...

I think I'm in love with that yarn!!!!!!

The French Bear said...

Fabulous yarn!!! What a fast knitter you are, I am in envy!!!
I keep finding acorns, he he....... everywhere I go!!!!!
Cheers,
Margaret B

Michelle (Shell) May said...

Ohhh beautiful Williamsburg. I love it there. I'm grew up in VA Beach and have spent many a fun time in Williamsburg when the Mid Atlantic Quilt Festival was held there.
That yarn is just stunning! I'm looking forward to seeing your finished piece.
Safe travels home!
bunny hugs,
shell

Cindy-Stitches-N-Stuff said...

Your amazingly fast. Sexy yarn.

cindy@stitches

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