Too Big for Travel Knitting

July 13, 2017

I’m doing a fair bit of air travel this summer, flying down to Washington DC every week for a couple of days with a new client. Even though the good folks at JetBlue provide free in-flight wifi, making it easy to keep up with online work, there’s still a fair bit of “down time” — or as I call it — knitting time.

Thanks to multiple flight delays (runway construction and summer storms are the double-whammy of on-time travel), the lovely Woven Sky Throw is progressing nicely. I’m close to the final tier of triangles, which means there’s “just” the border to finish. But I’ve come to terms with the fact that it’s gotten too big for schlepping around airports and subway trains.

Entrelac-throw-wip

So yesterday evening, I broke out the swift and ball winder and grabbed my two skeins of Anzula “Cricket.” After a few minutes, they went from this…

anzula-cricket-yarn

to this.

Anzula-cricket-yarn

Next step: casting on for the Spring into Summer Romper.

 

 

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