My Void Shawl is basically finished. I just need to weave in the ends and block it. My Ninilchik Swoncho is still in progress. It's a fun if somewhat challenging knit -- challenging only because of the yarn I'm using. Which I do love, but it's not great for color work. In both cases, I am using Woolfolk yarn, which is totally soft and squishable (Woolfolk Far for Void, Woolfolk Tov DK for the swoncho). But like I said, not easy to use in color work compared to sticky yarns. (I should say, it's fine for color work once you get used to it. Just took some adjustment time.) Can't wait to finish up my swoncho!
I did finish the Bousta Beanie by Gudrun Johnston. It was a fun knit, and a good way to use up a few leftovers.
I attended Vogue Knitting Live in NYC this month, which was fun. The Ninilchik Swoncho I'm knitting was a kit from Adirondack Yarns. They had a gorgeous model of the swoncho there, and I fell hard for it. The Woolfolk Tov DK makes a soft, wonderful swoncho! I hope mine comes out as well as the model.
Anyway, here are a few pictures -- I took many pics of gorgeous sweaters! The first pic is the swoncho model.
Mia, of course, is happiest when her routine is uninterrupted. Silly cat.
And of course I have to mention Roger Federer and his 20th slam victory at the Australian Open. He will always hold a place in my tennis loving heart.
I hope everyone has been having a good start to 2018!