There has been some knitting action, most of it in the past couple weeks. A quick update:
Vesper Midnight Knitter Knee Socks
My first attempt using KSH and I'm finally used to it. I'm still not to the point of addiction like many knitters and knitting with it still takes me so much longer than regular yarn, but I'm taking it one step at a time. I think I'm going to have to frog, though, because my YOs are not all lined up. I'm not usually that motivated, but this is a gift for my mom and she deserves only the best. I found a chart and some helpful hints at masondixonknitting.com, so I'm feeling pretty positive about Birch v. 2.
These babies are so close to being finished, I can taste it. Unfortunately, so is my ball of yarn, so I'm getting a little nervous. I didn't bind off the first sock, just kept it on some waste yarn, so I have a backup plan.
We started off so good together, but I, um...forgot to read the note. Ooops. This means I have to rip back some rows and start over. I was so disgusted with myself, I couldn't look at it anymore. This was a month and a half ago. I only picked it up again today. And now I have to completely reacquaint myself with the project, which is good and bad. I have to relearn the pattern, but it feels like a new project.
Rock 'n Weave STR Sock Club Socks
I'm still working on the first cuff. Linen stitch sure is pretty, though.
I see so many bloggers work on muliple projects at once and I have no idea how you all do it. I feel so torn between my projects, but more importantly I lose my place in the pattern and forget what I'm doing. With Prairie Tunic, I had that pattern DOWN! Now, I can't even tell what row to knit next. More power to all you knitters who can juggle so many projects. I think I max out at 2, maybe 3 if I'm having a super smart day. I'm gonna knock a few WIPs off the list and get back to my comfort zone.