Hey, that could be a country-western song!
I'm nearly done with that endless baby blanket. I have to say that I almost wienied out on doing the I-cord that this pattern suggests. By the time I got to the last pattern row, I had 544 stitches on the needle, and the thought of doing I-cord around all that was enough to make me want to drink bourbon.
Wait, I already drink bourbon. Oh well.
Here it is. I've almost finished three sides, so don't have too much left to go.
I really like this yarn. Since it's taken me so long to finish this thing, I'll forgive you if you've forgotten what I'm doing here. This is Knitpicks City Tweed, in the heavy worsted weight. It's very soft and squishy, and I just hope it holds up well. It's soft enough that I'd worry a bit about pilling and wear, but we'll see. Baby blankets don't need to last forever, after all.
I'll be glad when I get this done and off in the mail before the intended recipient is old enough for college. I need to finish John's True Blue sweater next, since the Major Knitter and I have just committed to a knit-along starting November 1st. Here's what we'll be knitting. We were planning on doing a Rogue knit-along, then saw this, and fell hard. Within about thirty minutes, we'd both changed our minds and ordered the Black Water Abbey yarn for Faery Ring. Mine will be in Haw, which is a lipstick-scarlet red. I believe the Major will be knitting hers in Wine.
Here are the Ravelry links for the pattern. There are two versions, but the only difference is the range of sizes. The pattern is free, which makes up a bit for the fact that I just bought a couple thousand yards of yarn for the danged thing. There's even a Ravelry group, of course. Anybody want to join us? We'll see if either the Major or I can hold off on casting on until November 1st!