De-lightful and De-licious, too. (I watched that movie about Cole Porter the other night - can you tell?)
I'm really liking this Spearfish sock pattern. Following my own 'guide to finishing socks', I cast on for sock #2 as soon as I grafted the toe and wove in the ends of sock #1.
Don't worry, though. This weekend it's Fearless Fair Isle on all channels all the time! I'm so determined to get this sweater finished. It may not happen this weekend, but it'll be a lot further along, I promise.
Besides, I've got an order of J&S (and a little bit of Jamieson's) coming soon for those swatches I need to do. And an order of Frangipani's 5-ply gansey yarn (in color claret) that Jan tells me is all packed up and on its way this morning. And secret patterns and yarn for Christmas knitting that I ordered yesterday.
And I may want to go ahead and cast on for that Circumnavigated Cardigan a little early (but not before I finish Fearless - I remember my vow to Marina.) I made the mistake of getting my swatch out and doing the calculations for this thing last night. So now I want to start knitting it.
Speaking of Jamieson and Smith Shetland Wool Brokers and Jamieson's Spinning, Anne has a wonderful entry from yesterday about the history of the two companies. I've only used J&S so far, but will probably be adding Jamieson's to the mix as I do more Fair Isles.
Looking at the list realistically (well, maybe not) it looks like I've got enough knitting planned for the next year. That still doesn't include the Tina shawl and a few other projects that have yarn and patterns waiting for them.
Oh well, it's better to have too much to do than too little!