Monthly Archives: November 2008

Finding time

I think I have a theme here…and it doesn’t appear to be about actually knitting…just talking about wanting to knit.  My husband asked me last week how I plan to fill my time when I’m finished with my grad classes. Duh…by knitting of course!  That and cooking.  I just found the most amazing blog http://smittenkitchen.com/ and I must say, it makes me really WANT to cook.

But back to my dilemma about time…never enough of it, too much still to do, and all I really want to do is knit.  Oh well.  All in good time as they say.

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Knitting envy

I have not been very productive of late.  Two unfinished projects are sitting on needles, hopeful patterns are stacking up, yarn is piled high.  I just haven’t had the time to pick it up and “just do it”.  Pam on the other hand is learning new stitches and working on lots of projects.  I mentioned I wanted to learn how to do a cable knit, she goes home and teaches herself.  She’s learned how to change colors and make mittens.  Enough already, it’s too much.  I’m jealous.

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Charity knitting

I love this concept and have great plans to be a productive contributor.  There are so many worthy projects that I find myself getting excited about.  Unfortunately, “charity begins at home” as they say and my charity knitting has taken a back needle to everyday life and responsibilities.   So….I am now not allowing myself to read any Revelry posts on the topic.  I need to first finish my current projects before taking on anything additional.  Perhaps next year.  God knows I’ve already bought the yarn!

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