You'll have to make do with the photos of my project in process.
We started with worsted weight yarn as a practice piece ---
And then we moved to the fine weight Finnish yarn and smaller needles. In my case, 0000s. It's like knitting with fettucine.
This technique is fascinating. It's intarsia -- see the little skeins? Eleven little skeins. It's stranded. And it's weaving -- look at the inside.
Too cool. And Susanna is a great teacher. Particularly for those of you, like me, who are former Catholic school students. She kind of reminded me of Sister Jean Albert.
On other, larger needles -- the Mirage pullover is moving along.
Slowly, but at least it's moving.
Lastly, I leave you with a photo of one of the two most beautiful things I have ever made --
Oh, ok, and here she is with her boyfriend