I’m grateful that we are all over the worst of the covid and life is getting back to normal. I was back to work Friday, worked yesterday, will be there again today, and then I have three days off.
I don’t think it’s worth cooking a big Thanksgiving dinner tomorrow because some of us are still tasting things weirdly, if at all. But I will sit down with pen and paper tonight and make a meal plan for the coming week in case I need to shop for ingredients.
This is what I made with the T shirt yarn that I showed you last time. I saved the prettier colours for the walls of the basket because that navy and tan is kind of ugly.
The handle is braided from the T shirt hems.
I will definitely cut the strips thinner next time for easier crocheting and a less chunky result.
And the swatch cap is finished and I’m happy with the gauge so I can cast on the sweater.
The sweater is Sporto https://knitty.com/ISSUEwbis11/KSPATTsporto.php and is a free pattern from knitty.com. It’s a top down seamless design, interestingly started from the top of the hood. It’s written for lots of options, either homespun or commercial yarn, a specific gauge or a recipe into which you plug your own gauge.
If you’re in Canada, I hope you have a lovely Thanksgiving, appreciating all the joys of fall, family and food.
Those baskets turn something recycled or into landfill – into something usable. Like it.