I had a three day trip to Columbus for work–the annual needle arts trade show. Sadly it got cut short half a day as our home was vandalized early Saturday morning (someone threw a brick through our living room window, and while no one was hurt, it was disconcerting and distracting enough that I went home early).
I did get quite a bit of knitting done though. As part of the #summerofbasics I’m replicating a sweater for my sister.
This RTW sweater is well-loved and thread-bare. It’s knit side to side though, with short-rows constructing the yoke. The only seams are the arm sleeves. Thankfully, I found a pattern (Hypatia by Quince & co) that mimics the construction, albeit in a smaller gauge. The yarn is Laramie by Mountain Meadow Wool. It’s going quickly.
As for Juneathon, I’ve been plugging away. Four miles in Columbus (which did not offset in any way at all the 3 trips to Jeni’s Splendid Ice Cream). And three times this week.