I have stuck with my sock knitting schedule and have only one more pair to knit once I finish these. I'm really enjoying this pattern, even though I have arsed it up twice now. (Ask T. It wasn't pretty.) It's hard to find good patterns for Men's socks. This book has a few good socks for Men, Women and Children and is one of my favorites.
It turns out that black socks don't photograph that well.
I have been chugging along on the Tangled Yoke Cardigan. The next step is to join the sleeves to the body and then I'm sailing toward one big @ss cable.
Can I be honest with you? When I get stressed about knitting or anything really, I like to make lists. I make lists of what I have left to knit. I make lists of the yarn I have. (No, T. I will not reveal how much sock yarn I have. It is a mystery best left to its own devices.) I make schedules of when I need to have things done.
Unfortunately, I often find myself adding projects to an already full knitting lineup. I could whip up a little vest or maybe one more pair of socks, right?
Who am I kidding? (Myself, actually, but that was a rhetorical question.) I can't knit anything else. I don't have the time and I don't want to drive myself crazy. (It's a short trip, believe me.) So, I have 7 projects to complete by Christmas. I'll keep you informed on my progress but you might not see details on all of them since they are gifts and should be a surprise.
Thanks for keeping me on the straight and narrow. I'll try my best to be honest but I have been known to be a little sneaky when under pressure.