For some reason this is taking me a long time. Maybe because I haven't been working on it as much as I should be. Also, it's a bit tougher to knit than I realized it was. A bit hard on the hands/wrists. But mostly it's because I haven't been working on it.
On the left is one of 3 afghan squares that I have crocheted for my stash-reduction plan. However, the fabric is kind of more dense than I had planned it to be. So, plan B (or actually more like plan J or K). I'm using the same log cabin idea with the same colors but substituting an hdc for the sc in the squares I started with. I'll frog them and re-use the yarn for the new one. I might actually just do one big log cabin piece instead of doing squares.
The past two evenings this is what I have been doing:
From the Merino blended colors top (is that the right terminology?) I got the same day I took the spinning class.
I also did this:
Yes, somehow I managed to snap my starter spindle in half. Awesome.
So, on my way home from work yesterday I stopped at Make One Yarn Studio and picked this up:
Oy. I know what I want for my birthday.
Tonight: KNIT. or CROCHET. No SPINNING. Well, maybe a little spinning. Not much. NO. KNIT!!!
Sorry. Sometimes we have to be firm with ourselves.