Where I begin to match projects with people...
I have to admit that participating in this challenge has been educational. Why, you ask? What have I learned? Well I already know that I am lazy and procrastinate always. What I didn't know was planning and preparing in advance (months, not weeks like I usually do) is quite a bit of effort! During this week I have been thinking about what I'll be making for whom. So far, all that I've really feel committed to is what I'll be making for my co-workers. Since they may be reading I'm not sharing more than that today. What I can say is that it will be one item made in a slightly different manner to make them each unique and personal for the recipient. As for everyone else well I'm keeping my options open and my eyes peeled for projects that strike my fancy. I don't think there are any blankets or throws in my future, but who knows? On another note, I realize that we're supposed to be reducing our stash, but I couldn't help but add these three yarns to my collection.
After all they were free (from my club at the library) - and who can resist free yarn?! Plus I came across them on a day when I had socks on my mind, and I think each of them would make a fine sock. Maybe that's what I'll do. Make socks for everyone. Do you think they'll get suspicious when I ask for foot measurements?
Be sure to check out Marie's great tips and prompts over at Underground Crafter. Honestly it's because of her that I'm even considering my holiday list in May!
That's all for today friends. Until next time,
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