Greetings from the nuthouse
I also have about a million ideas for home and yard improvement as well as things I want to start doing (like baking bread and canning stuff). This from a woman who can barely get the laundry done each week and whose kitchen counters are always have at least one layer of dirty dishes and old takeout containers covering them. Sigh.
And besides, how am I supposed to find time for all that when I have so much knitting to do? I've got two projects for Blue Moon on the front burners right now. I can't resist showing you the yarn because it is so freakin' GORGEOUS! First we have their bulky Icelandic wool in the Harlotty colorway. Amazing.
I'm also working on some socks in Seduction, which is a tasty blend of merino and tencel. I can't remember what this colorway is called, but I want to say it's Puck's Mischief.
I've got a couple of FOs for you all, too - the devil bag, and the spider bag. They turned out pretty cute, although not as deep as I would've liked. I had a feeling that they wouldn't when I was working the pattern, but I didn't modify it. The shallowness does make them work for an unintended purpose:
Think she needs me to felt her a kitty bed? Fortunately the kids are too young to notice cat hair mixed in with their Halloween candy. Here's an unobstructed view of the spider bag:
And now I'm off to work on my heel flap and mentally prepare myself for the weekend of classes with Nancy Freakin' Bush! I'm doing Estonian Lace, Estonian Traveling Stitches and Knitting Vintage Socks. Needless to say, I'm looking forward to it.