It took forever to finish this.
It's a very big project, and I knit it in a cobweb-weight silk that I reclaimed from a very tightly-knit Ann Taylor sweater I bought at a thrift store. (See this post for more on yarn recycling.)
But it's beautiful. And so light and airy!
I'm not sure when I'm going to wear it - other than on Pentecost Sunday, when everybody ought to be wearing something red and brilliant, to remind us of the coming of the Holy Spirit in fire and flame - but I still love it. It's so bright, so light . . . if it weren't so cool and comfortable, I'd say it was the embodiment of fire and lava.
I do want to try making Viajante again, this time perhaps in a yarn that behaves itself a bit more than my nutty recycled silk thread. I'm thinking about using all my leftover laceweight scraps, and buying a white yarn to tie them altogether.
What do you think? Have you knit Viajante yet, or do you want to?
Peace of Christ to you,