Along a similar vein, following my boastful post last week (which was intended to be tongue in cheek), every time something has gone wrong this week with a craft, my DH has said innocently: "but I thought you were the boss of your crafts?" It was somewhat funny the first time, and several reiterations later is making me feel homicidal. I wonder if they let you blog in prison. Or knit. I suppose you aren't allowed to knit because the needles would be potential weapons. Which leads me back to what I want to do to DH...
The wet blocking flattened out the knitting beautifully and the gloves are quite smooth now. I'm a bit disappointed that I don't have good definition on all my checkerboard patterns, a result I think of my uneven tension and the hairness of the yarn making some stitches more prominent than others.
I've crocheted a bit more of the bands on the Jaeger Yoked Cardigan and have been knitting away on my Katia Ruffled Scarf this week. I've also cast on for the Holden Shawlette using a limited edition Malabrigo fingering yarn that I bought at Imagiknit in San Francisco and have been saving for something special.
Well, off to tidy the house up now.