the lime green swatching interlude continues

Each Wednesday, I take stock of the projects I’m working on, and where my brain is at. 

writing on the train

knitting in the car

Frodo the puppy dog

mason jar of swatches

This week has been filled with as much writing and swatching as I could possibly squeeze in, between clients, and teaching, and travel, and Easter things, and puppy snuggles.

This weekend I was up at my parents’ for a combination of Easter festivities, and a dentist’s visit. I spent most of the week, and the train rides that bookended the weekend, typing away at a steady clip.

Then I  spent my time this weekend swatching, and swatching, and swatching some more – at least, between eating a ton of food, and seeing a ton of family, and snuggling with the puppy dog. (I even took advantage of the ball winder I have up there – how I ended up with two ball winders, I do not know.)

Between last week’s swatches, and this weekend’s swatches my giant mason jar overfloweth with lime green swatches. And since I have to stop adding shapes to this update at some point – the end of this green swatch knitting interlude is close but not quite here yet.

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2 Responses

    1. Holly

      Yea, I have to stop swatching at some point Tahnee. I’m hesitant to say this, but I think I might be working on working out the last shape! Fingers crossed!

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