I've been debating which knitting projects to take with me, which is of course the most important thing on every trip. It's a long car ride and there is some down-time sitting at the booth. When I'm not swarmed with potential customers - ha ha!!
I think I'll work on the final numbers for this:
This is the Baby Chestnut Hill Gansey. I worked up this prototype last summer and that was it. The yoke requires some serious numbers-juggling, so I was lazy and gave up on it. But I also love it, so I'm going to tackle it and figure out the numbers for another size. Then I'd like to get started on a Child's version.
In non-Momogus-related knitting, I'm chugging away at the Lady Eleanor Stole, which will be a Knit-Along at the Tangled Web in the fall. And I think I'd maybe like to try these:
Kingdom Gloves from the latest Knitty. I love a glove. I love a cabled glove. And I love a cabled glove that honors the Northeast Kingdom in Vermont, where we've spent some glorious time. Now to find the yarn.....