Well, I did stop and knit up the Frosty Pink Baby Blanket and fiddle around with the guess-ets on the gray cabled sweater. And then when I need to have non-fiddly knitting I knit on the Lorna's Laces Simple socks. But, at last, I'm on the toe decreases. Now these are — in pattern — so the decreases will take more time. But gees.
Anyway, once these are put to bed, I can concentrate on the guess-ets and the seaming up of the Heavenly Sweater. I don't want to leave that until I have two sweaters to seam.
And Tuesday, I'm going to devote at least a hour or more to spindle spinning. Maybe I'll even have something I like to show for it. I'll never get any good unless I practice.
And even though once the Waving Lace socks are done, I'm going to cast on for my next socks, they will take a back seat to other projects. Socks aren't going to be my main focus, at least for now. I'll also still have a easy ribbed travel sock, too. As I've blogged about, I'm going to do a sweater for me and a lace afghan for us. Any socks I do for anyone else, such as Sweetie or SIL will be back seat. It will be interesting to see where my knitting takes me now. Even though I want to throw the spinning in there, it's still all about the knitting for me.
blogging to: classical music on the radio
reading: The Stolen Gods by Jake Page
Parting Shot: "If you cannot get rid of the family skeleton, you may as well make it dance." ~ George Bernard Shaw