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



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-


    • 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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