I started to read through the material this morning. Unlike most of the modules, #6 and #8, the ones about the assessment pieces, can't be worked-as-you-go; there's just too much important information within. The instructions are to read through before beginning, and for good reason: if you don't, you'll find yourself flummoxed when you try to work on the assignments which build on each other so you end up with a finished piece of which you can be proud.
the scabbard I knit my daughter last year for Christmas. Remember? The one with all the fitting sessions? :-) Well...it turns out that flattering as it is, she doesn't like the stand-up neckline. She'd rather have the alternate flat-lying ribbed neckline provided by the pattern's designer. Right now the sweater is in that in between state -- not quite taken apart, but no longer altogether, either. I have to unravel it (from the top) down to the line marked by the white string, pick up the live stitches and knit the new neckline from the "bottom" up. Wish me luck!
So this and my reading are my Works In Progress for today...and I'll be linking this post to WIP Wednesday over on The Needle and Thread Network!