Imagine When is done and it is my latest favorite thing:
I started it at the beginning of August and finished it with a day to spare. It was with me on the road trip to Boston, but I messed up an increase and had to set it aside until I returned home. Sometimes this is the kiss of death for a project - but the first long section of color was about to change and that drew me back. Busy days frequently kept me away from it, but for the last four days, I barely put it down.
I loved the pattern, it's easy and fast. I used a strand of Graphite Jaggerspun along with a strand of Jojoland Harmony (left over from Cascata, where I rang it with natural Jaggerspun) and enjoyed the subtle shifts in color. It grew in blocking, but not too much and the narrow to wide shape of the crescent makes it easy and interesting as a scarf.
I think I'm going to knit another one.
And in other news, I ran 12+ miles this morning - alone and with 80+ temps and humidity that had me soaked to the skin in the first mile. It was glorious and affirmed that I'm ready for the half marathon in less than a few weeks.
Looking at my miles for the month, I covered 126 over 19 runs - over 6 miles per run. Three months ago, I was still struggling to go beyond 3 miles at a time, frequently running out for 3 and needing to walk back. Next week marks one year since my first ever adult run.
Anyway, Griff had a fabulous first day, the pool guy reappeared and the yard looks so much better than it looked a week ago and I'm powering through a hat that I'd like to mail off to my SIL before we leave for Florida. Two FOs in one week might bode well for a fall full of knitting.