On Monday evening, I cast on the Suzon (Fabulous Carnival) Shawl, inspired by my Circus-inspired knitting projects and its the most “one more row” knit I’ve ever worked on. Instead of worsted weight yarn, I’m using fingering weight and US size 4 needles. With the long color change of the Crystal Palace Mini Mochi Juniper Fireworks yarn and the squishy, clean ivory solid from Knit Picks in a simple, easy fisherman lace, I am loving this knit.
I once heard someone refer to a knitting project as a “potato chip knit” a project you want just one more bite, one more row and this is my first genuine experience with this idea. Each section of repeats is just ten rows so once I finish the color striping, I just want to whip through the fisherman lace and then the next ten color rows.
The photo above is the result of just two days of work (in between full work days and finishing two other projects). Yep, that chippy!
I look forward to knit night tonight to work through a few more repeats!