It’s Another List Day

It’s another day for a list.  Mostly because I need to get ready to go shopping for a birthday present and then go to said party.  6 year olds at a bowling alley.  Yes, I will bring my knitting! 

  1. Unfortunately I don’t have any good knitting pictures.  The rainy weather hasn’t been conducive to taking photos.  The other problem is that we (read: me twice and kids once) came down with a virus from you know where and I’m just digging out of that hole.  I’m sure you can imagine the pile of laundry 4 people create. 
  2. The only photo I have of the new sweater I knit (and wore to Yarnover) is one I don’t want to have seen in public.
  3. Rest in Fleece I’m not really sure how I feel about this.  Interesting concept and an interesting way to “Go Green.” 
  4. My Ravelry sidebar with my projects in progress (or lack of progress since they all seem to be UFOs) seems to have disappeared.  I probably need to figure that one out. 
  5. Although I don’t have any photos, I do have a lot of knitting in progress.  Currently I’m working on a hat I started at Yarnover.  It’s the Barvarian Twisted Stitch Hat.  I also have the Goodale in progress and a sock, the Show Off Stranded Socks.  Oh yes, and a scarf somewhat of my own design.  I guess that’s why nothing seems to be knitting quickly. 
  6. I’ve made myself promise that I need to finish one of the current projects before I start anything new.  I have a horrible case of startitis.  I really want to knit out of my stash right now (or out of newly acquired stash).  I’ve got a yearning to make a short sleeve sweater out of DK red wool.  I really want to knit the Sideways Surprise Shawlette out of some silk laceweight that I’ve had in my stash for a long time. 
  7. Will spring ever arrive?  It’s May and we’re wearing sweaters and warm coats.  Ugh. 

One thought on “It’s Another List Day”

  1. So Diane and I made our list of ufo’s. We finished some projects, including the sideways shawlette, and started a new lace sweater called Lalique. We both had a good amount started, Diane 11 rows and I had 19 rows. Then I looked at the pattern and We had made a mistake on starting on the 3rd row. We had a good laugh, then kept knitting! The moral, lists are a good thing to keep you on task. And make sure you read all of the instructions! Every word!


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