Isn't it so fab? It's such a smart pattern, well written and I can't wait to wear it.
I cast on the top using Malabrigo worsted in Red Mahogany. I've nearly finished the raglan increases at the top, the arrangement of which is what creates that shapely sleeve.
I love the subtle color changes that give such depth to the yarn, and it is quite soft and lovely to work with.
It's really difficult for me once I've started a project to resist the urge to work on it 24/7. But I'm learning how to balance things a bit better, especially since Daniel's now returned to work and the girls and I need to develop our new routine.
As Alma mentioned on her blog, her daughter being able to rest in their new home was a comforting sign, and it's the same for me. The children are young, yes, but I'm so grateful to God that they are adapting so well to their new environment.
Ellie sleeping in our new home
Noelle watching her sister sleep. Love her furry little brows.