Yes, that's me working on Sarcelle on the bus. I thought I may as well pull out the cell phone and snap a bad pic or two and email them myself since I have no time for proper photography these days. We've been moving for what seems like an eternity and there are two weeks yet to go--just for the actually moving phase, let's not even discuss the horrors of unpacking.
I've finally gotten used to knitting with the tiny bamboo yarn and I've learned the lace pattern--the p2tbls don't even bother me. I'm finding it quite addictive and, because of the thin yarn, it's a very cool and compact project that I can carry around with me. I don't have much time to knit, but I've been able to steal a few moments here and there, so I'm making slow but steady progress. I'm working on the last row of the repeat section, ready to shift over to the straightaway.
As soon as Sarcelle or Swallowtail is finished, I'm looking forward to starting on the Bee Fields Shawl. I'm going to use Kaalund Classic Two, either in Moss or Forest Floor (I recently purchased both colors from pureknits). I can't decide which color I like best for the project.
But, that's for later. For now, it is move, lift, heave, hoist, pick up, raise, schlep, haul, drag, carry...