No, not mine.
Laurie's. That Laurie (of no blog).
Isn't it gawgeous??! She knit Eris in Lana D'Oro. (which, coincidentally, I have in my stash, and Laurie seemed to remember that.) She modified the hemline a bit to make it symmetrical and sewed in the openings a bit. "I'm just not an asymmetrical kind of girl," she says. Neither am I. I hadn't noticed that the hem in the pattern was not symmetrical.
She is looking pained in the photo, she explains, because she has found out that even though she has this fabulous Rhinebeck sweaterage, she will not be able to go to Rhinebeck this year. Her work is not cooperating. What a shame. She was an integral part of the New Hampshire Sheep & Wool experience this year, and Rhinebeck last year. We're going to miss you, Laurie!
I offered to model the sweater at Rhinebeck, but she was having none of it. Damn. I tried.
Congratulations on a lovely, lovely sweater.