The problems of yesterday are just that . . yesterday’s problems. Vince will deal with it all today, it’s out of my hands and I’m glad. Life goes on, the blog goes on. I always say that I can’t change people and I’m not going to let people change me. This was one of those examples. Thanks for the support . . even when I was vague about the problem.
Back to our regularly scheduled program . .
One thing I’ve learned . . maybe . . is to be very cautious about agreeing to a challenge. When Denise issued her “no yarn buying challenge”, it sounded like a good idea. Maybe I wasn’t thinking clearly. Maybe Vince had just had something to say about the amount of yarn we had moved. Whatever my reasoning, it was a bad idea and I’m done with that challenge. I’m retracting my commitment. Not that it really matters what I say at this point because I’ve failed miserably. Maybe I’ve added less yarn that I would have except for the challenge but . . who cares . . I have new yarn and I love it all.
This is String Theory Caper yarn . . the yarn I’m currently working with and I love. I really love it! Bottom row, left to right is Laguna, Lodestar, Damson. Top row is Black Cherry and Grove.
Skein is a new brand for me. This is Top Draw, which has great reviews on Ravelry, and is 85% superwash merino, 15% nylon. It feels a lot like Wollmeise to me.
From left to right, these are Dapple, Quill, Milk Opal, Knight, Little Red and Hazel.
Looks like I have a whole lot of knitting to get done! Quilting? Knitting? Gardening? What’s a girl to do when there are too many fun things to do and just not enough hours in the day?