for #27's arm rest covers lies blocking.
#27 has plastic covers that are scratchy and will probably crack quickly in the cold. To help alleviate these problems, Russ has requested arm rest covers. In wool. Thick. I know of no patterns for such, so I'm attempting one in single ply handspun jacob. So far it is just a strip.
The vest has had a few more rows knit. From the left are the garter ridges, Indian corn stitches and in the stockinette under the left arm the date, 2008. Now it is to the point of the 'endless stockinette', as it has been dubbed, until the yoke patterning.
This first shot is in some of the golden rod along the state cyclone fence.Such a graceful 'weed' and so maligned, the golden rod is a harbinger of Fall here. One of the certification courses Russ took for ADOT defined a weed as 'a plant out of place'.
A closeup of the stitches was shot on the yews planted on the north side of the front porch. As such, the light is different but not nearly as striking as last Sunday's yarn picture.