Here is Kyle modelling the Naturally Easy Raglan. It's big on him and the shoulders are sitting quite right, but hopefully you get the idea. The collar is much better. I took some close-ups but they looked eerily like mug shots so I promptly deleted them!!
I set up my office in the Stock van and made my final additions/edits to the pattern. I swear, I can spread out and work almost anywhere as long as I have my knitting & some beats. I packaged it all up today and will get it in the mail tomorrow morning.
Enabling is what I do best - well after knitting that is. It doesn't take much for me to break out needles and yarn to demonstrate some little technique or get tongue-tied with enthusiasm about a fantastic yarn or pattern.
I love seeing what the rest of the blog-sphere is working on and I'm easily enticed. Fortunately a lot of time when I click on a link, especially for the smaller dyer/spinners, it's unavailable. Otherwise my stash would be totally out of control and Intervention might have their first non-traditional episode. So when I received this Sock Hop (Wild Thing) (out of stock - sorry!!) in the mail and it came with Jen's awesome little sock bag (they're sold out too - extra sorry!!) the table was turned and I became a humble enablee.
I'm of two minds about naming my Yarn Fairy, but I know that she didn't do this for the recognition or accolades (though they are very well deserved). I'll call her Bill - you can too, but it probably won't mean the same thing. We've talked and have a similar philosophy on randoms acts of kindness or paying it forward - so when I say and and , you know who you are and karma will make sure that the balance is maintained. She said that "Wild Thing" just seemed appropriate for me - who am I to argue?