Last Monday I was interviewed on the local show, Indy Style. Of course, I wanted to wear something cool and stylish, and luckily, I had just finished my Corona Sweater! I had made on of these before, and it’s an absolutely lovely, easy to follow pattern. This time, I decided to make the sleeves full length, and made the body a bit longer, so it would cover my bum if I decided to wear it with leggings or *gasp* jeggings. (Don’t judge, I have a derby ass and thighs that normal pants do not always love)
I knit it in the super soft Sugarbunny yarn from KnitPicks. Of course I had to use smaller needles, so I knit it up a size from what I would normally wear, cast on a few extra stitches for the body and the sleeves. I think it turned out great!
The hat is my go to stress reliever pattern: Vintage Swish. I made the slouchy version, but cut out one of the lace decreases to make it a bit shorter, since my hair is shorter now.
I had a blast doing the interview and now I’m gearing up for my first book signing at Barnes and Noble this Wednesday!
If you’re in Indy come by and say “Hi”! Troy Denning will also be doing a signing that night. There will be storm troopers and costumes galore!