|Amari in Manos de Uruguay Silk Blend|
The scenery out the car window was so pretty that I didn't find myself knitting much during the car journey, but I got a bit done during the evenings. I found myself picking up my Amari rather than my Oaklet mainly because the combination of US8 needles, DK weight yarn, and silkiness of the fiber felt lovely in my hands. This combination also translates into fast and satisfying knitting.
The Amari knitalong is gathering a lot of steam and is filled with lively and talented knitters from all over the world. If you've been thinking about joining in, please do! There's no timeline to cast on or bind off -- the KAL is just about chatting with other knitters who are enjoying this beautiful pattern.
In case you're wondering, the Cummington Sheep & Wool Fair was wonderful. I'm gathering my photographs and notes to share with you soon so make sure to stop by again this week.