Castonitis

This week’s excess:

WIP1c

Butternut Scarf by Anne Hanson at Knitspot. I am knitting this from one of the colours in the mixed ends of Merino/Silk/Cashmere that I bought a while back. [Ravelry Project]

Butternut-yarnodds n ends

It is a very difficult colour to capture – somewhere between a deep coral and a dark rose pink, depending on the light. Glorious anyway.

And this is my absolute delight, because I actually planned the yarn for the project and everything worked out just right:

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It’s just a simple scarf for ‘im indoors. My So Called Scarf, knitted on smaller needles (6mm) and over more stitches (40) – I need to have this done by 17th December. [Ravelry Project]

But this is all terrible – because… I still have to complete those socks that were due last New Year, not to mention even starting the fingerless gloves that have been specially requested. And here I am with two seductive projects on the go – one a simple knit on big needles, which feeds the need to see growth happening, the other a totally seductive colour and handle, and a hearty lace fix.

What’s a girl to do?

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One Comment

  1. jenny
    November 4, 2008

    you have 2 choices – no sleep or write an IOU for the mitts and socks

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