Thursday, January 03, 2008

so incredibly disorganized!

... that has been my running theme since december 12th. since that date, i worked too many hours, didn't get enough rest, stressed about the holidays, forgot things (like, leaving my purse at work, or leaving my camera at my parent's home), and so forth. the result? no continuity in projects, and i am sick.


one good thing about being sick is the time dedicated to the sofa and the dvd player.


... and getting reacquainted with the kureyon for my someday/oneday lizard lizard blanket.

i started this last year, and picked it up again as the weather (finally) had a cold snap. hey, there were even flurries yesterday afternoon, on a mostly sunny day!

alas, i am highly disorganized, and i don't even know the colorways of the squares i've knitted. hmmm .... oh well. at this point, i have 10 out of 24 squares knitted. i have 3 more balls of kureyon left in my stash, plus all the leftovers. which means, at some point i will have to yarn shop ! ... in order to finish the project.

and since the theme is disorganization, i also have two new socks on the needles, neither of which i've taken pictures of yet.

7 comments:

Zarah said...

Your Lizard squares are beautiful! I wonder if that pattern could be modified to make a scarf. (Hmmmmm.......)

kim said...

I hope you feel better soon! Your lizard squares are looking great.

f. pea said...

me heart kureyon. feel better soon!

KaKi said...

The squares are great! Hope you feel better soon! Missed seeing you at GY the other day!

Jenna said...

Man, are we ever in the same boat! I have no idea what colorways I've used for my Lizard Ridge, but in some ways that was intentional. I want it to come together organically. I have one full ball and lots of leftovers left, and kureyon is one of the few exceptions from my yarn diet. I started mine in September 06 and I want to finish it by the two year mark...

Hopefully, you'll continue to find inspiration in the beauty of your squares.

sgeddes said...

Hope you are feeling better!

The squares are looking great. It will be a lovely blanket when you are finished.

PĂ©itseoga said...

zarah, i was thinking the same! i love that pattern not that i've attempted it yet. i don't think i could face turning the work so often, so i will have to learn to knit/purl backwards... which way are you doing it, haphazard knitter?