Suddenly I have a dozen little projects! The shawl project is started. 1 down, 28.5 to go (I’m around halfway with #2). Though I’m not going to rush through that one. If it takes all year, it does. There’s no need to hurry at all. I have a new felting experiment to share, a little later this week. Though like with the shawls, that just comes up as opportunity arises.
I’m trying to figure out what I will want to do with the yarns I buy for the Shave ‘Em to Save ‘Em program. You don’t need to buy mass quantities of yarn from each breed. And I have a limited need for fingerless gloves. So maybe sample swatches for each breed and then do an afghan with a square from each breed? I don’t really know, but should probably decide on something!
And then there are a few random little projects I’d like to make. For example, I’ve never done mosaic knitting, and there are two nice cowls I have patterns for that I’d like to try. Those shouldn’t take long to do, but working them into the schedule is the trick!
This month’s Boost Your Knitting is a project I’m not going to completely do. The project is a big shawl with a lace component, and the technique is a way to drop back in lace knitting and fix an error. That is a good technique to know for sure, so I plan to knit a sample section of the project and practice dropping back on the sample lace. So that will save a little time for all the new projects I suddenly have!
How about you? Feeling like knitting all the things? Or staying monogamous?