Saturday, October 07, 2006

Saturday Sky, a Lonesome Skein and Something Scary



Forecast 89 degrees...shocking

I joined
because, no I do not have enough on my plate. This KAL is great fun and I am working on a project. Don't know why, but instead of doing really fun things like housework, grocery shopping and taking the car for a checkup, I decided on a stash dive for the KAL. And I did find a Lonesome Skein...



Isn't it cute? Surely I can make something from this...then I realized I may be accumulating a little too much yarn.



My friends, this is the oddball stuff I have and it's not even all of it. This represents only a fraction of the fiber that lives here. I think if I had to face my stash, all in one place, I may in fact realize where my retirement funds have gone. Of course if one has all that fiber, then it's safe to say one would also have to have an equal balance of projects to go with it. Right?







There's no such thing as a fiber intervention is there?




Good

6 comments:

Elizabeth said...

Fiber intervention?? Don't even say it! I'd surely be a target. I've got a gift headed your way later this week. :)

Nora (Black Dog Knits) said...

Carol, I'm looking at the sky pic and waiting for it to 'load'... waiting, waiting...

PS: Love the knitting needle display. x

Michelle said...

Where exactly do floridians retire to? :)
send me your balls....I'll make em' nice and pretty for you with my ballwinder.

Cookie said...

Ha! My brother likes to joke about having a knitting intervention for me!

I'm always so unsure of what to do with all those leftover partial balls. Save them in case something happens to the original project? Use them up somehow? Destash? It's the Knitter's Dilemma!

Perez said...

Wow you have more books than I do. Keep crocheting...Do you make blocks for Warm Up America??

Anne said...

I worried about you for a minute - only ONE lone skein. But then I saw the rest - so it'll all be okay. That looks more normal. :)