Which are on my camera, at home, I am here at the substation, holding down the chair and phone... So. I guess I can do a picture free version, right?
Meh. It just isn't as fun. So I will try and remember to start it next week.
It will be a sporadic thing, or you will be watching the proverbial paint dry. I tend to start a lot of projects, then work on them as the mood strikes me. I note this is not a problem for me, but drove Husband nutcasers for a while.
How can you start so many projects?
I replied, well, I have usually a simple project for travelling, or when I have a bad case of Fried Brain. A complex project, usually one that I design myself, generally a baby blanket for the NMCRS, but not always. Then there are the "OMG, love that _______ I saw in the latest issue of X knitting magazine, and I have needles and yarn for it. Gottastartgottastartgottastart!"
Then there are the projects that defy my best efforts, and are put in time out, while I decide the fate. Some come out, and I continue. Some come out, I continue working, to come upon new and interesting
A few are (for me) are highly complex patterns, and I have to do them when I know that I will not be disturbed, or a certain male in the household won't start counting or doing other highly annoying things, especially with lacework. He has an INTERESTING sense of humor, at times.
Let's just say, I had a 400 stitch lace pattern, and after the 5th time I had to pull out my work after Husband started saying random numbers, I not so gently reminded him that I did have 14 inch # 8 needles that can double as shishkebob skewers. Not taking the hint, I had him count the 400 stitches, and I turned on the weather, and started counting backwards from 100.
He got the hint.
At least he doesn't play with my row counter...