Here it is Friday before a nice long weekend. The knitting (and cleaning) I had hoped to do won't happen as we have guests coming. Oh well, the best laid plans and all that...time to go with the flow. There has been knitting off and on this week and I haven't really told you how that's going.
With future knitting dreams shaping up into a nice long queue, I'm trying to make sure the two projects currently in process are finished up before the Baby Surprise class starts on the 8th. It's doubtful the Kelly cardigan will be finished by then and I'm ok with that. It's Jóhö I'd like to see a good ending to and to see in action in time for some cooler fall temps. She's been hanging around since May 2006 and that is just WAY too long...long enough to put a strain on our relationship. I'm feeling very fickle and have a new lace project ready to cast on, but I'm trying to remain true until the
Kelly is easy going stockinette and she'll be a good packing around project for the foreseeable future. Being constant and truly monogamous to a project is a good way to see it come to an early fruition. There are just SO many things I want to start and I'm trying
my damnedest to stay in the moment, be true to the process and not let in delusions of grandeur, or allow the queue of desire, to overtake my focus. It's one step at a time, one stitch at a time, babee...
For the next little while I think my sock needles will be on hiatus. The Little 16s are finished and couldn't be cuter. Baby socks a great use for left over sock yarn and there will be a few more pair in my future.The yarn I used was left over from this pair of socks made from Dave's Cabin Cove yarn, colorway Parrot. This pair is full of prayers for my two week old niece, as she deals with a health issue. It will likely turn out to be no big deal, in the all of it, but at the moment, it is a big concern for my brother's family. Send extra good thoughts and prayers, please.
Enjoy your long weekend!