I have been working on some mason jar cozies this past week. I finished the shawl I showed last time. It has a few ends to be weaved in, and I will take some pictures to share. It was a lovely project, but I was glad to see it done. Those looooonnng rows. I needed something quick and fast, and these fit the bill perfectly! This pattern comes with a "his and hers" versions. I made the her version first with yarn leftover from Samantha's birthday sweater. I love this color! Then I grabbed some leftover yarn from a vest I made last January to make a "his", which has more of a herringbone effect. This is a dk weight and seems to work just as well. Just a little shorter and a tighter fit. I bought some cuppows, and I can't wait to use these! I think I am going to be doing some more leftover yarn digging and making some of these as gifts to have on hand. I have been reading "No Name" by Wilkie Collins this break. It is a fun read. I have read (and enjoyed) both "Woman in White" and "The Moonstone", and this is shaping up to be just as good.
Linking up to Ginny's Yarn Along!