There absolutely nothing to report on this front. I haven’t touched my crochet hook all week.
I’m still reading Embracing The Body by my friend Tara. Slowly. Very slowly. Probably too slowly, if I’m honest. I can’t help it, really. Most of the pages are looking like this:
See all the blue? It’s good stuff, folks! Really! I’ve gotten to a chapter that frightens me a little, and so I’ve been standing on the cusp of it for a few days. Funny, really, as one of the recent “Touch Point” excercises at the end of a chapter was to stand on the edge of something. Hmm. Perhaps I should revisit that. It might help me to move forward.
Speaking of moving forward…
Now that the little sweater I was knitting is off the needles…
…my WIPs seem to be multiplying like rabbits!
I’m still working on the Baktus.
It’s now approximately 15 inches wide and getting hard to photograph.
I cast on for a cute, purple baby hat this week. It will be donated to Seattle Children’s as part of their CLICK for Babies campaign. My LYS picked CLICK for this year’s charity project. The project provides parents with purple hats and information on preventing shaken baby syndrome. You can read more about it on their website. I’ll be making several of these hats in the next few months.
A monogamous knitter I am not! Ha! Soon I’m going to have to start a zoo of monsters for upcoming birthdays. I promised my nephew a rainbow Hugo the Couch Potato Monster! His birthday is in early September, so I best get cracking on that.
So, what are you working on? Do you have a case of startitis, too? Tell me about it in the comments.
Have a great Wednesday!