The last of my dishcloths are completed, wrapped up, finished. These last 2 are the favorite waffle knit pattern. Easy but gives a good textured surface to the dishcloth.
And so now, I have promised myself I will move on to something a little more challenging. Not difficult, mind you, but challenging. And when all you have been knitting is dishcloths, is does not take much to challenge!
There is a baby to be born in June in our extended family. And I think now is the time to try my knitting on a simple piece of babywear. Even typing that has my fingers trembling.
When knitting a dishcloth, I can smile with easy disregard when I accidentally knit in a hole or rip out an area three times . . . or lose an entire ball of yarn. Not so when you are knitting with Debbie Bliss Cashmerino and the garment will be worn by a tiny, angelic, first-born baby girl.
So, here is my precipice.
Please note the use of the word EASY in the title. I am counting on this! And here is the specific garment.
The description of said garment uses the words "simple," "very simple," and "quite simple." It does look lovely.
I don't know, I'm getting a little nervous on this precipice. It's really looking like a long way down.