I can hear you wondering, "Whatever happened to that Year of the Pullover Kristen was so excited about?"
You'll be pleased to know, I have not one, not two, but THREE pullovers currently on the needles.
First up, Aunt Fred.
Yarn: Quince and Co. Chickadee, Cypress and Leek
This one is moving surprisingly quickly for a stranded sweater. Of course, I'm not even close to the tricky part: steeking. I'm so happy with the colors I chose, and the yarn is squishy, soft and delightful.
Yarn: Madelinetosh Tosh DK, Isadora
I've made significant progress on this one. I've finished the entire body, including the fun collar, and am now working on the left sleeve (the pattern indicates knitting the sleeves before the collar, but I didn't want them flopping around in the way while I finished the neckband). This is the very first time I'm trying magic loop, and I don't know why I waited so long. I think the word "magic" threw me off; I assumed something called "magic" would be extremely complicated, but it's not. I can see using this technique for all sweater sleeves from now on!
Lastly: I Heart Aran
Yarn: Knit Picks Andes del Campo, Dove Heather
As you can see, I just started this one, but despite being knit in pieces, I expect it to move fairly quickly in heavy worsted weight (I could modify to knit in the round, but I do find side seams give sweaters more structure). This will be a great cozy fall/winter sweater, I can just tell.
Any pullovers on your needles?
P.S. Don't forget, tomorrow, May 19, is the last day to use coupon code MAMA14 in my Ravelry shop to get 50% off Javi, Hugs and Smooches, Nevado or Cielito!