I’m making headway on my Provincial Tweed sweater.
But, I’m still not exactly sure what I’m doing.
(I once heard that the most interesting people were those that still didn’t know what they were going to be “when they grew up.” If that’s true, then this is going to be the most interesting sweater ever.)
I think I’ve committed to the “straight, tunic-length, and with an asymmetrical hem” option, but I honestly haven’t really spent that much time thinking about it.
This project has turned into my “I just put the baby down, so I might have 5 minutes or I might have an hour” knitting. It’s been great to have such a simple project to pick up and put down at will. No counting, no worrying about patterns, not even any dpns to lose in-between the couch cushions. Just lots and lots of knit stitch.
About 10 inches of it so far.I know I’ll have to come up with some more concrete plans down the road, but for now, I’m enjoying just cruising along. I suppose when it gets long enough, I might start doing some ribbing. Or maybe start working flat to create a split hem.
Or maybe I’ll just keep knitting, and it’ll turn into a floor-length tank dress. (That sounds practical!)
Do you ever keep a super-mindless project on your needles?
Oh for sure! It’s the only way to survive children in my house! Usually vanilla socks
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