PrairieGirlDanie made me do it.
Have you fallen for the lure of small projects, repetitive projects? If you have, you’ve probably fallen for them more than once!
Here’s my latest. A blanket – a human-adult-snuggling-on-the-couch kind of blanket – on fairly small needles using pretty thin yarn. But it’s the pretty that matters, right. Because this is lovely to look at.
I’m a sock knitter. Or should I say Sock Knitter? I’ve got a lot of leftovers since neither my husband nor I like tall socks. I also have the wee balls of yarn left from my dyeing experiments this summer.
Bold black frames. Wee quadrants of random colour. No seaming at the end. I think the chance of success (measured over a year or two) is good. I’ll keep you posted.
The lure of small, repetitive projects
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I’m making a blanket as well. The last two days have been quiet hectic around here and I was happy, that I had the blanket to work on, since it requires minimal brain capacity.
Mwhahahahahaha. Welcome to the dark side…of knitting a human adult sized blanket with sock yarn that is!
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