That’s right ladies and gentlemen, I’m knitting the back of the infamous bias tank. I’m almost done with the increasing and then it’s smooth sailing through the decreases. How did I finally get some work on it done? Apparently, that Allegra I took takes you to the extreme of non-drowsy. I was congested and wide awake till four in the morning last night. I took that time to finally read the discussion on k1r2 and then do some knitting. I did some more knitting today, in between cleaning and organizing. Hopefully I’ll be done with this piece by tomorrow so I can take my time in seaming hell. I’ll have to email Teva Durham for help, since the awesome “knitting mag with an attitude” decided to omit how I seam all ten pieces of this biatch together.
I thought I was going to cast on for another project today, but I’ve noticed that I never let myself. I’m a one project at a time kind of girl, a serial monogamist if you will. Sure, I can flirt and I’ve been known to have side quickies some of the times. But really, once I start on a project I’m in it for the long haul. I look in wonder when I see the long list of “projects on the needles” from other blogs, sometimes with a bit of jealousy in my eyes. I imagine what fun it must be and what satisfaction one gets from constantly having finished objects. I just can’t do it though. All I can do is fantasize about the next one, while working on the current one.