If you've been following me for a while, you know that for the most part, I dislike, detest even, summer. I just don't like to be hot. I'm not as productive as I would like to be, and I can just feel the energy drained from me as the temperature starts to rise. It doesn't help that I don't sleep as well, trying to stay cool next to the blast furnace known as the Man, and often end up on the sofa that sits directly beneath a ceiling fan. I'm sorry that Mad and I won't be wearing much wool. I have to come up with meals that mean not turning on an oven after a season of preparing comfort foods. It's more difficult to travel in a hot car when there are different opinions on air conditioning. It has not even gotten over 90 degrees here and I'm uncomfortable. I think I'm going back to lay under the fan this evening. Fortunately, for the most part, I can knit from a reclined position.
The sweater Madeline is wearing is the Madeline Basic 4.5, that I worked in a gradient using two strands of Brooklyn Tweed loft.