You Know You Knit Too Much...
...When You Find Knitting Notions Hidden in Odd Places
Sunday is bed sheet changing day chez cpurl and I picked up the duvet corner to give my comforter a good shake and heard something rattling around. Assuming it was a cat toy, I reached in to the far corner and found this:
Ever since I read "At Knit's End: Meditations for Women Who Knit Too Much", I constantly discover how many apply to me. Now, if I could only knit in my sleep...
Last night, I finished my first pair of Cascade Fixation KAL Socks:
Our Kal Hostess, Knitpastis, (could she be any cuter? I think not) knit a pair of ankle socks from one ball of Cascade Fixation and I was doubtful when I started that I could do the same but she was right! At $5.00 a ball, this is pretty economical knitting. And they knit up fast, so my need for instant gratification is easily met (why I chose knitting, which takes infinite concentration and patience as my addiction,is beyond me) .
And last but not least, last Saturday was Cary's 3rd birthday. He was clearly in a "no photos, please" mood and pushed my camera out of the way.