Surely it can't belong to Nonnahs. I mean, is this ridiculous, or what? I have 5 (five) WIPs on the needles. Five (!) for cryin' out loud! I'm actually knitting from my stash, which is gratifying, and I'm curbing the urge to cast on even more. Who is this girl? What is the meaning of this impetuousness? Hard to tell. I'm not questioning it.
The stripey tweedy knee highs- they just need to be finished (I know, MJ, I know). I want to wear them! It's kind of annoying to know that if these were regular socks, I could be done by now, but of course the knee length really puts a damper on that. And, they *have* to be knee highs. No getting around that. And so, I continue...
Oscar, my Tangled Yoke Cardigan, is also coming along. I choose to view this sweater as a character-building project. I will be quite proud indeed if I can get through a mostly stockinette sweater. I've gotten past the garter rib, so that was one small battle won, but the bigger challenge is ahead. I'm trying to remain optimistic. One thing I have going in my favor is this yarn. I love it.
I also reached for a couple of instant gratification projects, just for fun, and to cut the monotony of Oscar and my yet-to-be-named shawl. No photos of said shawl because it has barely grown since you last saw it.
You may recognize this next one as Juliet, which will be called Claire. Tangent: After returning home from running my usual Friday errands, I stumbled upon a Six Feet Under marathon on TV which included the last several episodes and the series finale. And you better believe I cried my eyes out again, just as I did when I first watched it. One of the best hours on television ever, in my opinion. Man, that was a good show. I miss the Fishers.
My other impulse knit also used yarn from my stash. It's going to be a hat, named Cosette. I'm a little frustrated with this one right now, so more details once I can figure it out.
Woo-hoo, look at me! This is fun! What's in your knitting basket/bag/pile right now?