|I wish I'd at least added one more so it didn't look like someone flipping the bird...|
After I finished the thumb and forefinger, I thought I'd pick up the middle finger and work that before I went to bed. I did. And it looked small. And then I tried it on and it was tiny. TINY. So that was kind of a disaster and I went to bed unhappy and by then it was like midnight so I'm counting this on my WIP post.
Then I woke up and ate a grapefruit that had a face on it.
|I don't really know why I wanted to show you. I guess because it's creepy and I ate something that had a face.|
|I guess I caught a mitten bug|
It kind of reminds me of Tiny Owl Knit's beekeeper's quilt because each one is like its own project and they're so squishy and cute. (and because they're taking me all year??)
Speaking of the beekeeper's quilt, I really really want to buy the pattern and use up some leftover sock yarn but:
1) I know I won't want to weave in all those ends
2) I don't want to sew anything together, even if I only do it at four corners
3) I don't think I'd finish
4) I already have the smitten project (and about a million more)
5) My sock yarn isn't pretty enough.
Somehow number five is the most compelling reason. I figure I can wait until I have more sock bits than I know what to do with and then have the prettiest honeycomb blankie ever. :)
P.S. if you didn't already click the link above, I think you should. there is a very cute video of Stephanie Dosen and her quilt. Also, the sounds of her weird neighbor doing construction.
Anyways, that's it for WIP Wednesday today. I figure I can slack off a bit because yesterday I finished a sleeve for my ringwood sweater.
|Started the second sleeve as well. :)|
In other news, I may have cast on something new.
It may be a sweater.
The OWLS sweater, to be precise.
Or it might be a really really really big swatch. We'll see.