Y'see, the thing is, despite a general lack of progress on most fronts - life, work, knitting, you name it - the one single individual item that I am making almost brainless, stocking stitch progress on, is my Rowan Calmer, Knitting Nature Phyllo Yoked Jumper.
However, I do have the feeling that I am going to hit a technique brick wall very soon. Hence the Knit Along - I may need help from those who have trodden this path before me.
There are errata sheets for the Knitting Nature Book. However, being the kind of woman I am, I have done the research, downloaded the errata sheets....but not looked at them.
It's one of the first collections that I have come across with a central, thought out theme and a backbone of principles behind the patterns. It feels like it has been approached using a designer-maker methodology that I semi-recognise. I like the way that some of the garments are constructed - it makes a refreshing change to flick through the patterns and find a challenge to the standard T-shaped top diagram. Plus I like the way that it encourages the idea of exploring the theme for yourself. I think that is enough likes for one evening!
No other progress to report - I need to confess that Real Life is interferring with Blogging, Emailing and Knitting. How dare it?!