I was looking through some photos from the last two weeks, and realized that I DO have new photos of my garter chevron blanket to share, even though I'm still on knitting hiatus, for now, while my wrists and forearms heal up from overuse. I actually made a bunch of progress on this project in a short span of time -- which is part of how I messed up my stupid wrists in the first place! I had a couple of days in a row where I had to spent 5+ hours sitting quietly, waiting for things. PERFECT for knitting, right? Except, it's not a good idea to knit garter stitch (knit knit knit knit with no purls or other stitches) for the whole 5 hours with no breaks.
Although I regret it now, because it's meant such a dumb hiatus, I did get quite a lot knit.
I finished the third colour/second stripe! This was the first really truly green stripe, in a colourway called "granny smith." I'm still really loving how this is coming out - I know the colours wouldn't be for everyone, but they're very me :)
This next stripe is the only non-Cascade yarn. This 3rd stripe/4th colour is Classic Wool from Patons, in a bright medium green called "clover leaf". Why different yarn? For the most practical reason ever: this yarn in this colour happened to be on super sale at my LYS. It fit into the colour scheme was economical to boot!
I'm super excited about how this blanket is shaping up! I think I'm firmly in "knitted blanket junkie" territory, now.