Here is what I have knit so far on my swing cardigan. I have decided to knit all the bottom pieces to the point under the arms where I will start the pretty eyelet decreasing. I will simultaneously decrease all three pieces so everything gets done at the same time during that particular session. It has occured to me that each piece is hanging by a thread while I work a separate piece with those needles and perhaps some extra circular needles would make hopping from one piece to the next a smoother jump. I hope my plan works. I hope the knitting gods are on vacation and let me win one.
This yarn is black as night and not so fun to photograph. I don't have a fancy zoom and special tricks to get a cool view of the pretty yarn and double decrease design up the sides. sigh. Worth it in the end though, I so love this yarn. Great summer clickin' kids. I have been zipping around Ravelry and man oh man some people have a ton of beautiful projects! I saw one lace skirt that nearly stopped my heart. It looked like a doily that had a waist section coming out of the center. Beautiful! And what a wonderful idea. I have yet to knit lace in a circle. I made a lace cardigan for Ivy to wear home from the hospital when she was born. I nearly climbed the curtains over that pattern. I wasn't climbing anything with that belly thankfully but that was the end of my lace knitting. It has been 15 years, I think it is time, n'est ce pas?