Tomorrow is the service. Some of my family went to PA to be there for it, I chose to stay home. I'm not feeling guilty about it, but there is a part of me that wishes I was there. I'm a full believer in a grieving process. I think I'd have full comfort and closure if I was able to attend the service.
Part of me is just elated that it's come to its final end.
That said, I've been knitting.
Here's Tomato, with a change in the detail. I moved the color work down a few inches, so it hugs my rib cage, not the "girls". It's done in sparkly novelty yarn, so it add alot of contrast to the black and dresses it up a bit. I love it! I also did one repeat, instead of 3 called for. My rib cage doesn't need to be that accentuated.
I have to compete the sleeves and the neckline, then I'm done. It's only been a week since I started this project and it's gone by super quick. I love that.
And I received a new project from Schaefer Yarns, along with payment yarn from the cabled vest. The payment yarn is lovely Sandra yarn in the Billie Holiday colorway. Pretty, pretty. I know that I earmarked a project for this yarn as I was picking it out, but now I have no idea what that project is.
Schaefer sent me Heather, a superwash/silk and nylon mix for the next project. I can't wait to start it!