Fall is coming, so I'm told, although the Summer like temps tell a different story here in Minnesota it's time. Time for what you ask? Why school and sweaters of course! This will be our second attempt at Homeschooling our son Sam. The first time was when he was 4 and what can I say, I just wasn't ready for it? Now Sam is 7 and we are starting first grade at home this year. We're dipping our toes in slowly and taking it day by day. So, I thought I would do some more general reading and this book "The Homeschooling Handbook" came highly recommended. Thus far I am really enjoying it - very palatable style.
Sweaters on the other hand, I have lots of experience doing and they are my all time favorite item to knit. I am making Sam another Wallaby sweater this year. His modifications are no hood and extra long arms so he can stick his thumbs out of a hidden hole in the cuffs (think fingerless mitts attached to the sweater arm). We purchased the yarn at Yarn Harbor in Duluth on our way home from a long weekend along the North Shore of Lake Superior. Sam chose good old Cascade 220 in a the fancy Paints Blue colorway. I was thankful for this because normally I have to talk him down from a very expensive yarn to something more reasonable on my wallet.
Joining in with Ginny for Yarn Along.