Poor Cassidy is probably feeling pretty neglected lately. It's not that I've been ignoring her, it's just that I've been trying to work on pattern knitting during the day (between laundry and cleaning and errands and dishes and all the other fabulously glamourous things I fill my day with) and only doing personal, bloggable knitting in the evenings and some evenings I don't really sit down and concentrate well. Cassidy isn't hard, but when I pull her out, I have to figure out where I am and what comes next. There are copious notes from knitting the back that I can refer to (and I do), but again, I have to find where I'm at.
Last night I was able to get more than 20 rows done on the fronts (once I do figure out where I am, it's pretty fast moving), and I've now finished the decreases. I'll be starting the increases soon, but right now, right this very minute, what you see in the picture above, I'm more than halfway to the armhole shaping. I've got to get Cassidy finished before the Olympics start or I'll never get her done!