Next, I turned to this afghan from the same book. Nice big squares. I loved how it looked with the first three rounds. However, it lost its sweetness and that nice soft edge when it reached round four. Frogged.
Not pictured is a granny square snuggle I started in the darker Caron yarn which is staring at me from the coffee table.
So, what's that so far? Oh, yes, five projects.
Then there is the scarf I mentioned made from the Socks That Rock Harvest Moon yarn. That's six.
This offset fillet crochet stitch is just perfect with this yarn. It almost looks like feathers traveling in opposite directions. It is light and airy, but not so much so that it could not be wrapped for warmth. If my math skills do not deceive me, it will be about 6 1/2 feet long before blocking.
To these six projects, we add the wips which are many. Why is it that I cannot seem to keep my attention on just one project? Am I searching for something? Am I just destractible? What's the deal? I think I'll try to finish one of the snuggles and see if I can break this bad habit I seem to have developed. I can claim to have finished one thing, though.
I CORRALLED THE STASH!
SIX - 20 quart plastic containers
(One of cotton, one of fine fibers like alpaca, one of wool/wool blends, one of handpaints and finer stuff, one of acrylic baby yarns, and one of a variety of acrylics)
PLUS - This shelf
PLUS - (in the spirit of FULL disclosure)
These in the living roomAll of the stash is now neatly packaged and sorted. Now I know why I was moved to work out of my stash so much lately. It is threatening to take over! How's your stash doing?