So it would appear my mojo has run off. I cannot seem to settle to getting on with any one thing. So what to do? It would seem I need to make a plan. I know I need to cut down on my wip's. That would be a good start.
Lets take a look at what I need to do.
Deep breath here.
- Stash Busting Spring Surprise Shawl - I am on clue 4 of 8. I just need to do a little every couple of days.
- Bird of Paradise - On wedge 3. Not a major work which needs done soon.
- Another Mystery - On clue 2. Clue 3 comes out on Friday so I would like to get clue 2 finished before then.
- Blooming Fuchsia - Working on final clue. Would like to get this done asap.
- La Vie en Rose - Not worked on this for a while. Not a rush job.
- In Pink - Just need that final push to finish.
- Pure Poetry - The words have dried up. Need to pick this up and get moving.
- Champagne Truffle - Have until end of April to do this along with Bon Bon mitts and matching cowl.
- Sylvia's Shawl - Must finish this week.
Now that I have got it down I can see the priorities. Hopefully this will help me get going. Maybe sometime this week I will have some progress news.
Using up Scraps
All us knitters end up with leftover scraps of yarn. What to do with them? Well I use my leftover DK weight yarn to make little bags to keep my caked yarns in whilst I use them. Centre pull cakes of yarn loosen as they are used and can become floppy and collapse in on themselves, these little bags help keep the yarn together and neat and tidy.
So simple to make in a couple of hours and finished off with a crochet chain to tie up and keep your yarn in hand.
|Ball sack in use.|
The free pattern for this amazing tool can be found here http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/ball-sack.
Oh well, back to knitting now.
Stay safe and happy crafting.