I voted. I hope you will, too. Especially if you live in Wisconsin and you agree with me on the major referenda on our ballot this time. We have a lot of important stuff on the table right now. Get out there and vote. It matters.
In other news, here's a progress photo of the sweater I started at the Dulaan Knit-In on Saturday:
I'm going to repeat the same treatment at the bottoms of the sleeves as the bottom of the sweater body. Still need to decide whether or not to include the band on the upper arm to match the chest. And whether to do the neckband in plain yellow, one of the other colors, or stripes? Any opinions, let's hear 'em. This is all worsted weight 100% wool yarns from my stash. Very old yarns, like from the time when Red Heart made wool. I picked them up at thrift shops here and there for a song. The colors are pretty wild, but I think they work well enough and should keep a child in Mongolia a little warmer in a cold winter.
After I took the sweater picture, I went around the yard looking for things to photograph. Here's what I found: ornamental grass, milkweed, and old sunflowers.
Tomorrow I will chain myself to my computer chair and not stop working until I have substantially finished writing at least one of the patterns I have pending. I promise. I'd really rather go to my lair and cast on for something new. Who wouldn't?