This past weekend, I went to New York state to visit my youngest sister’s college and watch her graduate[!].

me, mad, and currer
me, mad, and currer

I am very proud of her! Congratulations!

I really hoped that I could finish Currer in time to wear it to graduation. I did, though I have some little details I want to change/adjust before I truly consider it complete. I really like it a lot more than I expected to. Full details after I finish up the tweaks and take more photos. The pattern is highly recommended though I made a few modifications in the finishing department.

mirasol hacho
mirasol hacho in coral reef (303)

Mom and I did manage to drop into a yarn shop while we were in Ithaca. I bought this Mirasol Hacho yarn because I remembered Julie’s (with a hook) gorgeous Hacho socks. Mom also bought some Mirasol Hacho, Hempathy, and Schaefer Anne (however, only the Anne is hers). We did some knitting, though I did not get a ton done mostly due to kidsilk haze NOT being a good knitting yarn while driving on bumpy roads.

It was a good trip!

6 Comments so far

  1. Julie on May 27th, 2008

    That is still some of my favorite yarn! I was thinking about the eleventy-thirteen skeins I have stashed away just the other day. And then I made a purse with something else entirely. ;o) Congratulations to your sister!!

  2. Dawn on May 28th, 2008

    Congrats and Currier looks fantastic!!

  3. stacey on May 28th, 2008

    congrats! what a fun weekend!

  4. jessica~ on May 28th, 2008

    Congrats to the new Grad! Great sweater :)

  5. kristina on May 28th, 2008

    Oh! Great yarn… love the colors. Congrats to your sis!!

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