My goodness it is HOT outside. Now I grew up in Las Vegas and pride myself on being used to 110+ heat in the summer. But it is barely 100 degrees here in Oklahoma City and I am dying. Its the humidity. I just feel like everything is sticking to me and I am dripping sweat just thinking about going outside. If you haven’t experienced dry heat, yes, it is MUCH better than humidity. I would much rather be in an oven than a sauna any day.
Now for knitting. I have cranked up the AC and am cranking away at my Rhinebeck Sweater. The Gnarled Oak Cardigan. I finished the second sleeve last night and connected the sleeves to the body and am just about to start on the yoke. The sleeves were very easy to attach. You know how sometimes in sweater patterns when you attach sleeves it can be really confusing? Maybe thats just me. Well, since this sweater is worked from the bottom up, you just pick up the body that has been set aside, knit the body to the where the sleeves go, take the sleeve stitches that are on the stitch holder and knit them on to to the the body with the needles that are holding the body. Voila! the sleeves are on. There are still 16 stitches on the underarms of the sleeves and the underarms of the body that are being held with waist yarn that I will graft together later. I will let you know how that works out. Grafting and Kitchener stitch are not my strong suits.
Ok, that is all I have for today. I will leave you all to your Sunday afternoon. I will be back next week.