Yarn Harlot's Earl Grey, and the yarn is a skein of Pagewood Farm Chugiak that I had to put into time out after last year's Hedgerow Socks fiasco. (Really, I blame me. Both the pattern and the yarn are lovely.) Anyway, I'm hoping for a much more successful union of yarn and pattern this time around. And so far (that's 70 stitches cast on and one whole round of ribbing!), so good.
The Super Secret series of projects will continue for a while, I'm afraid. But at some point in the next couple of months, I'll reveal their true purpose. Promise! In the mean time, feel free to enter your guesses in the comments. That should make for some entertaining reading for all of us!
In other news, the Snoopy Dishcloth is finished and end-woven and really, super cute. I'll be back on Friday for the final unveiling. Until then, I'll be scouting my next washcloth pattern. They're fun and strangely satisfying. Go figure.
**Warning: Boring Hockey Talk Below**
Finally, this week... Yay, Sharks! My boys (who generally play like champions all season and then spend the playoffs running around in circles clutching their pearls) managed to fight their way into round 2 last night. Very exciting indeed. Well, for everyone but Tami -- since the team they beat was her Kings. Her guys put up a great fight, though. It was an exciting series for sure.
**End Boring Hockey Talk**
So, hope y'all have a great rest of the week. I'll be stopping everyone's WIPW entries when I get home. I can't believe how much we're growing. It's awesome!