Sweater Progress

Did my last Alger Sunday market of the regular season today, and managed to get a fair bit of knitting done as well while minding the booth. This photo was taken yesterday, while I had it off the needles for a quick try-on and tension check on the stranded colorwork. I’m about 8 or 10 rows further along now.

I think there are only about 14 rows of the chart left, then this should really start going quickly. It’s exciting to see it come together- and use up some yarn from my substantial stash. This Dottie yarn has been hanging out for a couple/few years, waiting to become a sweater.

Otherwise, not a lot of news this week. Garden is starting to slow down, but still providing a fair bit of tomatoes, peppers and squash. Dug some of the first potatoes this week- and keeping an eye on the pumpkins and winter squashes

Rouge  D’Etampes

Jarrahdale

Delicata

Also, The Man made great use of our garden produce the other night and made this Eggplant Masala

I didn’t think to take a picture of the finished dish, but it was super tasty. Highly recommend.

That’s all I got for now. Have a good week folks-

4 Comments

    • denisemor

      actually, you have one more chance to get to the Alger Market this year. It was my last day there, but the market continues for one more week. I think they are planning to do a holiday thing as well, but no date set yet.

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