This weekend I got a lot of things done that have been sitting on my "to do" list for awhile. I decided to try a different tactic on this slump- just cast on everything. Everything.
So, with that in mind say hello to...
THE DISHCLOTH (ballband pattern)
THE BABY BLANKET (So cute!)
The yarn next to each other the blue looks bluer... in the blanket purple-er. I'm not sure how to proceed.
I figured I'd just get them all on the needles and then pick up what my brain wants to do that day. This way there are no excuses saying "I just don't want to put in the effort to cast on. That's done. It's just a matter of knitting. I took all the work out of it. This is either a really fantastic idea to attack the slump or it's going to blow up spectacularly in my face when I decided it's just too overwhelming to concentrate on.
The sock has also seen a lot of progress since the last time I admitted I wasn't really knitting.
I realized last night though there's a problem. The stripes match BEAUTIFULLY- I've mastered that skill pretty well. The problem is that the tiny pattern DOESN'T. I can't decide if that bothers me enough to rip out the entire leg on sock two. I figured out that I knit the pattern earlier on sock 1. I am leaning to rip it out and go again because it bothers me... I just can't decide if it bothers me ENOUGH. Haha.
So lots to see here- hopefully it means the finished stuff just starts falling off the needles. At least there's a bunch of STARTED stuff now... right?