I Can Stop Anytime I Want
When someone starts saying “I can stop anytime I want,” you know there’s a possible problem. Or perhaps not?
I Can Stop Anytime I Want – I Just Don’t Want To
That added extra clause doesn’t make it look any better. I’m aware.
This morning during my morning latte and knitting time, I noticed a lot of yarn on the coffee table and living room couch.
Wondering if Thaddeus minded, I justified it as “not that much.” Right? Then I started surveying other areas of the house. Like my television-viewing space.
Or the back door where I photograph yarn and knitting for the blog.
And of course my desk where I Zoom knit these days. And blog. I also post blog entries, write patterns and post finished garments to my Virtual Craft Show Web Site for selling them.
Technically, it’s part of my crafting area, but there’s a lot of knitting stuff around my circular sock knitting space too.
Even my finished socks and sweaters are starting to expand outside the armoire, closet and chest of drawers where we keep all our other clothes.
Yes, Thaddeus puts up with a lot of my stuff everywhere.
And while I’m not quite ready to give up this obsession yet, I do realize I need to at least contain it a bit better, so Thaddeus doesn’t realize just how much it’s encroaching.
So now you all know another of my dirty little secrets. Try not to judge too harshly.
At least I’m a productive knit, right? Right?
I finished an Activity Headband (just the double-layer brim part of the design).
This one is reversible (if you don’t mind a subtle row of purl bumps at the top).
I’m grateful I can sell these for just $25. I think that will be a good price-point for my local buyers.
The first of the latest pair of half-finger gloves is finished (including the weaving in of lots of ends).
I’ve just started the second glove of the pair. I like how quickly these go. And unless there’s an intervention preventing me from continuing to knit a lot, I will have quite a few pairs of these gloves in inventory on the web site.