I’ve got nothing to wear…at least that’s how it feels. Ten projects on the needles and I don’t want to knit a single one of them. UGH! I did a row on probably 5 of those projects yesterday. It was dreadful. I didn’t want to do any of them. Sheer torture.
Running out of yarn for the project I did want to work on, probably killed some of my motivation. I ran to the shop it came from to see if I could get more…no luck! I’ve got a few messages out on Ravelry, so there is hope! I found dye lot matches even! Not all is lost, there is hope, chin up and all that.
I couldn’t even get through a full row of my Rhinebeck sweater. The cat decided to climb out the window when I was 4 stitches from the end of row. I should consider myself lucky I didn’t drop any stitches as I flung the project down, ran out the front door, tripping over the yarn, to reclaim the cat. We live on a busy street with three lanes of traffic in one direction and timed lights. It’s no place for a lazy, old cat. It’s as near to a freeway as a city street can be. In the meantime, those four stitches are still sitting, untouched and ready to be worked. I gave up. 9:15, I called it a day and went to bed. harumph!
Today, I plan on getting back into the groove. It can’t possibly be worse than yesterday. I’ll start slow and ease into things with some work on a hat, then maybe a few Rhinebeck rows and then if I’m feeling it, I’d love to knock that lace out! Big plans, indeed!
Here’s a link for those interested in Stitch n Pitch! There are quite a few minor league events still on the schedule for this year! That’s so great to see! They’ve also got a section on planning your own local event and submitting it to them for the calendar! Play Ball!