Subtitled: I really need a plan for these WIPs!
You may be forgiven for thinking I have simply reposted last week's picture - it feels like so little progress has happened that I might as well have done *exasperated laugh*
So, I need a plan. As I've mentioned before, I have the Christmas knitting projects on the go as well, which of course means more progress has been made than I can show. But even so, these projects seem to be dragging on forever!
Cria, the lovely but mind-numbing cardigan that seems to have become my nemesis, is slowly (very slowly) increasing in length.
I think I shall stick with my a-few-rows-when-I-can-summon-the-motivation approach to this one. I have tried just powering on with it, but that lasts for about 5 rows before I get so fed up I have to move on ;)
As the hitchhiker is so close to being finished, I have decided to get it done and off the needles. It shouldn't take too much longer, and the feeling of accomplishment of finally finishing something should be impetus enough (and if not, it's getting quite chilly out there now, which is another excellent motivator *laughs*)
My sock is still languishing, with a single row thrown on here and there just so I feel like I have done something to it ;) However, I have a couple of long train journeys coming up this weekend, so this will be the project I take. Hopefully some significant progress will be made.
The fuzzy ballet sweater - I've started the second front. I stopped almost as soon as I had started as I was extremely sleepy and convinced that I would accidentally make 2 left fronts or something stupid. Once I pick it back up again, it should move along fairly quickly... I hope. Once I have the hitchhiker out of the way, this will become project number one.
So, that's the basis of my plan. I reserve the right to throw it out the window, as I tend to do as soon as I make a plan *rolls eyes at self* But it would be nice to actually finish some of these so I can move on. As much as I like and want the items I'm working on, I want something new and shiny now ;)
Finally, the book in the picture is "When Hitler Stole Pink Rabbit" by Judith Kerr. Another book I read as a child that I have recently tracked down. I actually don't remember much of it at all, but I recall enjoying it so I wanted to revisit it.
So, that's it from me, but you know where to go for more works in progress and yarn along posts ;)