Short Attention Span Knitting

That’s it. I have exceeded my tedium threshold. I need an antidote to The Antidote.

My Lace Ribbon Scarf is back in its box for a while. I need a change of pace.

And now I am off to make an Irish Stew. Reheated, it will taste even better tomorrow when I leave it ready for Mr L’s lunch. I shall be with the Spinning Ladies of Sanday, eating cake.

Will I take some spinning or some knitting? I am unsure just now. Spinning has been hurting, so maybe I’ll take those socks. Then again, maybe I won’t. Picking up stitches while in conversation and eating cake… well, it has to be a dangerous move, doesn’t it?

Eeny, meeny, miney, mo…

Fountain Hat, anybody? It will have to be on DPNs, though.

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