I've been knitting since I was a kid, when I used to like the curly nature of ripped-out knitting yarn. I should have realized that would foreshadow my propensity for 'unknitting." ( I tend to be a perfectionist.)
I've been a fan of MasonDixon for years. Love your particular voices, and take on life and fiber.
I did the Bangoutastopover last year, and have so far resisted the Hadley; too much in the works right now.
Ann, your post today reminded me of Baunin, that gorgeous scarf. I have the pattern! But I'm in the middle ( well, the first fifth is more accurate) of an Alinda, so it'll have to wait.
I'm lightdove on Ravelry.
I love to read, to cook, to eat, and to walk/hike. Planning a hike up in New Paltz today. What a coincidence that you introduced a new Jill Draper yarn! ( I still haven't settled on the perfect project for my masondixon Rifton. Thinking about the Rothko pullover......