filling a giant mason jar full of knitted swatches
Each Wednesday, I take stock of the projects I’m working on, and where my brain is at.
I’ve set my sweater project aside for a couple moments to start working my way through a rather monumental pile of swatching.
If you’ve hung around here for awhile, you many recognize this bright green yarn as the the yarn in the shawl geometry book samples – and you would be correct.
I’m smack dab in the middle of the messy writing & swatching stage of a pretty massive sprucing that I thought up and planned out while wandering around the west coast.
So there are lots of inarticulate words, and ripping swatches flying around here at the moment. (With some true gems and easy knitting popping their heads up at times – just to keep things interesting).
Once I hit publish on this, I’m diving back into my cave made of word and yarn. Though, I woke up this morning with a rather spectacular head-cold, which is making holding more than five words in my brain at a time, (let alone stringing words together) a rather fuzzy task.