It looks like all my commuting energy has channeled its way into knitting, because I don't remember a time when I actually finished this many projects. Started yes, but finished--no.
This is another Elizabeth Zimmermann fair isle yoke sweater (from Spun Out #4), this time using color charts from Poetry in Stitches. My model is especially charmed by the butterflies.
Yarn: Satakieli from Nordic Fiber Arts. I love this shop, but I don't order from them often because they have a disconcerting habit of holding the entire order until back-ordered items have come in (invariably, at least one of the colors I want is not in stock), as opposed to mailing the yarn piecemeal and charging me extra shipping. I think they do this to be kind and save the customer money, but if they only understood the urgency, the desperate need to have at least some of the new yarn, they'd abandon this practice immediately.
I suppose I could just let the proprietress know I want my yarn sent in separate mailings, but this hearkens back to the hot mustard conundrum. It is embarrassing to admit--even to another yarn person--that I'd happily pay to have my yarn over-nighted to me.