After what had to be the laziest Sunday in a long time that wasn’t brought on due to hangover or sickness I finished the Justice League scarf. Funnily enough the recipient asked after it earlier today.
There it is in all its DC glory, with an addition of Superboy at the end that came out just as backwards as the Superman S does whenever I try to knit it. But I think the trick to it is to start row 1 of the actual pattern on the wrong side. Then it should be straight. Why this escapes me every time I have no idea.
Also while there is no Eratta, at least I don’t think so. I have found a way to simplify the flash pattern. The scary thing is when my computer crashed I lost most of the files in the pattern, so it might be a while before I can put a new pattern together as I will have to redraw all the charts.
Next up I found my knotty but nice, which is still at the ribbing stage, that I had re-cast when I went to DC, this will be my backup project in case I fail at the main one which is starting the Christmas stockings.
Move is done! Unpacking not so much.
So went to Dragon con over Labor Day weekend. It was a blast. And of course I knit during the panels. I knit a few hero squares. I somehow managed to find time to go to Strings and Strands, out on Roswell Rd. Lovely little shop. We got there right before closing and there was never any indication that we had to go and the owner ended up calling a cab for us to take back to downtown. I ended up buying two skeins of 1500yd lace one in red the other in black (I do have a lot of love for those colors.)
Down to the squares knit at DragonCon. Met and Saw quite a few knitters and Crocheters. There was also a Superman Square that has been lost in the moving abyss. It was backwards (well the side that should have been correct was the reverse of the colors, blue S red BG) But I did double knit it with all three color. I’m working on another one so that should be done once I Actually knit it.
Are they potholders? Squares in a larger project? I haven’t decided. I may even felt them.