...but so far, my computer is not. It isn't sure there's a hard drive. Sigh. In the meantime I am finally learning a thing or three about this iPad. If the post is squirrelly it is because l haven't learned enough yet.
Tour de Sock is over. I don't know my numerical finish yet. I finished 5 of the six socks. The last one was a total nightmare. The fastest person took over two days to complete them. If that sounds fast, the same person could usually do a pair in 12 hours or so. Only 36 people finished by the end. It was colorwork with a very particular way of handling the floats. You couldn't work more than 3 stitches before having to change colors, making a stitch, or knitting two together using a specific color. Basically you had to keep track of colors on both the inside and outside of the sock. I admire everyone who finished.
Yarnia Blanket is up to date. I'm reasonably sure it can be finished from stash.
Stash has been enhanced a little bit. I got two color ways from Witch Candy. They are Circus Act and Liberty and Yarn for All. No pictures yet because I haven't worked out how to do it from here yet.
I started some socks after giving up on the Tour. Shark Bite is done. I tried two slightly different ways of doing the colorwork. One came out better than the other so I know what not to do next time.
Shark Bite II is almost done.
I'm a fan of Hunter Hammersen so I got a copy of the new version of Silk Road Socks when it came out. The designs are inspired by Oriental rugs. I'm most of the way through a pair using yarn called Stars Hollow.
Coming soon: a mystery shawl knitalong using a whole bunch of little leftovers. Also,maybe a few pictures if I work out how.
ETA: no luck with the pictures. However, I was able to add them to my Ravelry stash with no problem at ALL. Rav even knew I was uploading from an iPad. Casey is my hero.