As I could of predicted, I haven't made that much progress on any project since going back to school.
That said I have done a bit on my Marilyn turtleneck. I have now split for the sleeves (apologies for the picture, but it is early and the light isn't brilliant!).
I am knitting this with West Yorkshire Spinners yarn.
My other main project (the Golden Grass scarf) hasn't seen any progress at all. That is a project from Pompom magazine. I read this week that Pompom is stopping trading which is very sad - I have subscribed for years, but the costs of production have become too much and they are ceasing trading.
On a similarish note, the founder of one of my favourite sewing companies, Sew Over It has stepped down. The company is still going, but Lisa has started a new venture into cut flowers 💐. Jazzy Rose Flowers is her new company and I decided to try a box of her Chysanthemums. These are the last she is doing this year so thought I would take advantage and they are gorgeous. They were picked packaged and sent in a day and I am very impressed. I wish I lived a little nearer so that I could pop into her potting shed which she has as an honesty shop for her flowers!
Anyway, that is about that - I have been baking cakes apple pie and a quiche yesterday, so today is just ironing and knitting!
Hope you all have a lovely week.