You'd think I'd be talking about the next Francis Revisited I'm knitting. And I would be....except I knit to the split for the sleeves (top down, we're talking 8 " or so) when I realized I was short a raglan increase.I don't mean a stitch- I mean I skipped a whole seam's worth without noticing. Which is fine if I had only one shoulder. Francis is well on the way of being revisited again, happily and with two shoulders. Coming soon to this space.
>Instead let's revisit my ongoing love affair with Artisan Breads in 5 Minutes- the book that continues to amaze me (need to scroll down on that one).This week's I-can't believe-I-made-that-with-no effort-at-all is a loaf of sundried tomato & parmesan peasant bread. It didn't even last 24 hours 'round here. A revisit my intention for Vestuary.I signed up late, took till the middle of the month to
fixate see the pattern online , didn't bump into the yarn till late February. I was good to go except..no copy of the pattern.Oh Blue Sky Alpacas, why no downloads? I couldn't track down a hard copy locally, I couldn't find any other vest suiting my mood, it was going to cost me $5. shipping for a $5. pattern in the mail, which seems. so. wrong. To my rescue, a local knitter who I knew only by Ravatar , she nabbed the pattern for me at Webs last weekend and made the drop, spy style, in the lobby of a hospital yesterday. (mwah!). I guess I'll call it Mest. or Varch.One more thing I intend to revisit as soon as I get to Traders Joe's again. I decreed these my Official Snack for the Duration.