I got ToolMan to take a picture of the Swallowtail during one of the commercial breaks.
I LOVE this pattern! It's small enough to be very versatile to wear, knits up quickly, and is very elegant looking.
I've already worn mine several times, but not with the new shawl pin ToolMan finished for me last week.
I've done other knitting, but it's planned for Christmas gifts, so nothing to talk about on that front.
And I got a bunch of spinning done last week, too. I have some time off that has to be used by the end of the year or I lose it, so I've planned to take off some Wednesdays to join my Spinning Sisters at the Grange.
Enough about me; Toolman is doing much better. He's feeling better, getting his energy level back, and getting his medications all worked out. The only thing left to deal with now is the skin cancer, which is fairly minor, out-patient surgery. A cake walk, considering what we've already been through this year. In fact, he had one of the surgeries today, on the top of his left ear; he has a humongus bandage on the ear and on the back of it where they had to take skin for a graft. They said he would have some pain, so they gave him a prescription; he said it's worse than he expected. But he says what bothers him more is the intense desire to start painting sunflowers and starry nights.