I’ve spoken before about how, when I first started knitting, I thought “suitable needles” meant needles that look pretty with the yarn, rather than needles that give appropriate gauge. It made for some rather memorable early projects. But every now and then, just by chance, the needles that look lovely with the yarn will happen to give perfect gauge.
That, plus a healthy stretch of stockinette, makes for the most meditative knitting imaginable. The yarn is Creme in Seaglass by Phydeaux Designs. It’s delicious. And so is this project, though you can’t see any more of it for a long time to come (first on the needles for the book after next…and holy smokes is it nifty).