Well, I didn't let that bad dishcloth keep me down. I just knitted up a garterlac cloth instead. I love the garterlac dishcloth. It looks so complicated and hard to do, but it's not. We watched Narnia and I made this last night.
I've been knitting on the baby blanket, too. We did all of our decorating, and I guess we really like the Christmas lights. Gaudy bright every color, flashing Christmas lights. Very pretty!
I made a list of all of the WIPs and UFOs I have going on and it's not too bad. (for me) In no particular order I have:
- the blue sofa throw
- a pair of Jaywalker Socks (one done, second almost done)
- LD's Broadripple Socks
- My mitten
- My scarf from Marji
- a Branching Out Scarf
- a pair of Hedera Socks (one about done, second started)
- the Pinwheel Blanket
I also have these things going on:
- a black long sleeved One Skein Wonder
- pink fuzzy slippers
- felted soaps
I am the Queen of the WIPs! No one can beat me. Haha, I win. I am going to try really (sort-of) hard to finish these things (or maybe some of these things) before starting any other projects. I (kinda) promise. I know having so many projects going would make some people crazy, but this is the way I like to do it! All of these projects will get done, and gifted on time. If they are gifts, that is. At least the broadripple socks are pretty big, so I don't have to worry about LD growing out of them too soon!
Speaking of LD, she drew some lovely knitting pictures for me that I have to post soon. They really make me look totally obsessed with knitting and yarn. Not because I really am, but because we were looking at these awesome knitting tshirts. I love 'em. I told my Hubby that I could get 7 different ones and just wear one everyday. Hahaha.
Ok, back to the weekend. It's almost over, and I have WIPs and hungry kids calling.