The second sleeve was completed and attached with the same ease, gratefully. I have also completed the buttonhole band. Today, I tackle the easier buttonband on the left side. I hope to be able to be upright so that I can block it by day's end!
I don't know what it wrong with me-the symptoms are confusing and the MS also adds quirks. All I know is that I am down for the count and glad it is post-Christmas and not the week before!
Today was the first day without freezing morning temperatures! Here's to Florida weather being restored.
Beautiful sweater - Glad the sleeve went on wellReplyDelete
Sorry you are having a rought time - hope it passes quickly *hugs* ( well gentle ones)
Your sweater is beautiful and I hope you are able to block it and enjoy wearing it soon. I'm sorry you still aren't feeling well. There are so many "bugs" out there this year. I hope you'll soon be well.ReplyDelete
Bravo for finishing the sweater sleeves! I hope you feel better soon.ReplyDelete
It was almost 60 here today. I've got your Florida weather and I'm loving it. I yanked down all the holiday stuff and did a much needed super cleaning. I do miss snow but that ridiculous cold can stay the heck away.ReplyDelete
I hope you are feeling better soon. Everyone is sick again. Some with their second and third round of Covid. We're counting the days since the holiday to see if we made it through germ free. So far, so good but we both did a lot of sneezing yesterday. I hope it was just the dusty house. Take care of yourself. Being sick is hard work even if you don't put a foot out of bed.
Ooh, I love that sweater, the color is a fav shade of mine. I bet that waste yarn method would work great for grafting sock toes! I always get lost as I go from front to back, did I go KW or PW, oy!ReplyDelete
The cardigan looks wonderful! I hope you're feeling better soon!ReplyDelete
Feel better real soon! Nice work on the sweater! I can't wait to see what buttons you've chosen. Hugs!ReplyDelete