So, I mentioned in a previous post that I'm doing a knit-along.
Well, I started yesterday.
Here is my Evening Star Cowl in Malabrigo Sock.
The deadline is the 6th of October. It's going to be tight, but I think I can make it -- and even if I don't, it's still a major push to actually make this pattern.
. . . but wait, there's more!
I've signed up for a Sock-Along that EatSleepKnit is running on Ravelry. It looks like it'll be a lot of fun.
There are two patterns: One is Froot Loop (non-Ravelry link here), and the other is Elementary Watson. They're both free patterns; so all I have to get is the yarn. It starts October 1rst and runs until December 15th.
In order to be eligible for prizes, the yarn has to have been bought at EatSleepKnit, either previously, or as part of the sock-along now. If you're buying specifically for the sock-along, you can let them know and they'll take 20% off of the sock yarn you're buying for the sock-along. This post has all the details.
Anyway, I took advantage of this and bought two skeins of Tanis Fiber Arts Blue Label. One Skein in "Peacock" and one skein in "Natural." I also bought a bunch of Sweet Georgia Superwash Worsted (to make the free shipping and it's a power boost yarn, too).
What makes this really awesome is that this purchase brought me to the point on their Yarn Lotto that I get a free subscription to a magazine of my choice for a year! I'm going to choose Interweave Knits, which I've heard really good things about. I've still got to sort the details out, but that shouldn't take too long.
So, I'm going to have lots of knitting to do! But that's not necessarily a bad thing.