True confession time: I really, really love knitting sweaters. And when I'm knitting them I get all sorts of obsess-y and become very knitting monogamous until I'm done with whatever sweater I'm feeling obsess-y about. And that, my friends, makes for a whole string of really boring WIPW posts that are all about the same thing.
But not sorry enough to cast on something else to stir up the pot a bit. So this week, you get Narragansett. Again.
It's longer now. I'm just starting the ribbing tonight. Two or so inches of that and then it's sleeve city, baby. It's all very exciting, at least for me.
In other news, we're burning up around here. A wildfire broke out yesterday about 10 miles away in the midst of sustained 50 mph winds with gusts up to 90 mph. Within a few hours, it was about 5 miles away. Here's what our sky looked like last night...
It's still burning uncontrolled, but not moving closer so far today. We've got all the important papers and the sentimental stuff that can't be replaced gathered up and ready to go, just in case. But we're really, really hoping it doesn't come to that. I'll let y'all know if things get really squirrelly, but until then, assume we're fine and I'm still sleeve-obsessed.
Now, go visit all the other WIPW entries for lots more yarn and hopefully less peril. :)
ps. Also linking to Keep Calm Craft On today since it seems appropriate somehow. Check them out too, if you're so inclined.