It’s been a long weekend. I should’ve seen this coming, after returning home to find a spiderweb of yarn, thanks to little Amp.
I’ve never done so much in a weekend, and I don’t mean knitting! I think I only just got to settle down a little bit last night. Now, of course, I’m exhausted but ready for the week to come.
Well, sort of. Friday and Saturday were crazy, but Sunday was quite relaxing. In fact, once Saturday was over, I didn’t work on anything. My needles remained stationary.
Have you ever bought a sweater that you loved almost everything about? Almost. Or have you bought something online that didn’t quite fit its description? I mean from a reputable retail seller, not just an ebay seller who may or may not be specific with the description. Ok, probably everyone has had some kind of experience like this. Well, here’s a little story about mine.
The year is finally almost over! I’ve been dreaming of this since about August. I’m expecting great things from this new year. Not only is 13 my lucky number, but Pantone chose Emerald as the color of the year. Just so happens I’m a May baby, and that’s my birthstone.
I’m getting really good at that: procrastiknitting. Because I know I should work on one project, I find myself inevitably drawn to another. Hence the golf club covers, alpaca scarflette, arm warmers, and pompom hat. Oh, and the new projects: a scarf and a cowl!
Well, we’re back to it. Thanksgiving and Black Friday have come and gone, and I’m heading back to work today after a week-long holiday. I didn’t get anywhere near as much accomplished as I wanted, but I did finally finish one project!
An FO! Three FO to be exact! Although not quite in time for husband to take all three to the golf course on Saturday, I did technically meet the Saturday deadline. I finished the last one by the time he got home.
Well, NFO anyway. The knitting for the cowl/scarf is done, and I’ve blocked it. I need to add buttons yet, but then I really will be done! This picture doesn’t do much for it, but I love the way the cowl/scarf turned out.
Remember number 4 on Friday’s list?
4. Try not to buy anymore yarn.