Good morning, everyone...here is the third installment (of five total) on how to knit a sock:
If you missed the first two articles, they are embedded as hyperlinks in the first paragraph of the above article. Moving on from THAT...yesterday, I barely moved from the couch, despite my list of crap to do, which kept getting longer and longer. It resulted in me starting about five projects and completing zero of them. But for some reason, I got a ton of knitting done. I can see the headline now...Crazy Cat Lady found next to a four-page To-Do list, surrounded and covered by six hundred finished projects and five unfinished projects.
Okay...maybe that's too long for a headline.
Anyway, I think I just got so giddy over having three days off in a row that I threw my life away and went for the relaxing tasks. It's not exactly a sin if you look at it that way.
This month, I have gained almost forty subscribers to examiner.com, including a couple of the local yarn shops. Yay! Separate from my knitting life, however, Bert bought the dogs a new rope toy and a new oversized tennis ball that squeaks. Here is a video which illustrates how gifted the dogs are (keep looking for Penny's snout at the bottom of the video...she's pacing back and forth the whole time):
It's barely past nine in the morning, and the two knuckleheads are exhausted. But they TOTALLY look like killers from the window. It's all that matters.
I have September's scarf completed with just a few tweaks I have to make to the pattern, October's scarf started, the sock over a week ahead of the articles (so I'm not knitting the last row of whatever I'm talking about that morning), and the kimono sweater that I have to rip back a few rows, so I can re-do the bind-off on the sleeves. I'm oh-so stressed (that was irony).
So yeah...I think I'm going to postpone anything important for one more day and go off to knit the afternoon away. I may also eat junkfood. And wear bluejeans. And I may even take pretty pictures of nature (and Teeny Jesus, obviously). Be well!