I really love the fact that, when laid out, this shawl makes a circle.
The Pediboo yarn drapes beautifully, and gives this shawl a weight that, along with the shape, helps it to stay in place. This is the second time I've knitted this one, and I'm not tired of it yet, which is saying something (since I rarely knit the same pattern multiple times). I guess that means I'd recommend it.
I have also finished the first sleeve on Vitamin D (no pictures, because sleeve pictures aren't particularly inspiring), and will pick up the stitches for the second sleeve tonight. That went fast, so with luck, I'll be blocking that sweater this weekend. Maybe (just maybe), I'll even be able to finish and block it on Friday, so I can wear it on Saturday (which is when we're doing most of our Mother's Day stuff - read: going to Cirque du Soleil, because they're in town and the timing was too good to pass up).
Last night was my last night class of the semester (once every two years I teach an evening class), and tomorrow I'll teach my last sections of my other class. And then it's on to grading. My evening class is the field methods class that I've talked about in the past, where a patient
And tomorrow night I teach the second half of my spindling class, where we talk about plying, the whys and wherefores. So after tomorrow night, things really will have wound down. At least, all of these things will have wound down - the To Do list that I've been putting off for quite some time now still lurks, menacingly, in the background. So one set of things is done, or almost done (hence the post title), but then more will start.