i am needing some order

i can tell there's an organizational streak about to break loose, because the only thing i've been able to think about is how my knitting stash needs massive labeling and sorting by fiber content and/or project intentions...

i also want to design an all-over cable car length shaped cardigan. the question is, when will i possibly have time to do that?

update: elfine's socks after 2.5 repeats of the 16 row pattern (GREY LEAVES! i have strange inclinations sometimes)

elfine socks 001

and a shot so that i can whine about knitting on size 0 needles again. look at the pencil tip in relation to the size of the stitches. thank god for super macro mode on the camera. and boo for lazy focusing on my part... (in all fairness, it just took some getting used to, and it's not so bad anymore - and i love the tiny neatness of the neat and tiny stitches)

elfine socks 002

in completely non-knitting related news, i really would like to have a full length mirror that i could lay lengthwise on the floor because there's a self portrait i really want to take that i have to take on the floor and in a mirror... contrary to where your pervy minds may go, it's not a dirty shot. it exists fully in my head as a portrait of line and light... i might need to wait until i move in june to get the shot i actually want.

i also need to go through my clothes and donate about half a ton to people who don't have clothes, because i ain't wearing them. i just have to remember not to donate all my summer clothes or else i'll be naked come june.

all in due time.

4 comments:

amischwab Monday, January 23, 2006 9:03:00 pm  

hmmm, not sure how i feel about that self portrait idea. sounds kind of kinky.

heatherfeather Monday, January 23, 2006 9:05:00 pm  

it's not.

particleman Tuesday, January 24, 2006 12:01:00 am  

how does one knit the bottoms of the slippers? are you walking on yarn?

heatherfeather Tuesday, January 24, 2006 12:07:00 am  

p-man, dearie... they're socks. and yes, they're knit on the bottom too. i just don't walk on them until they're finished. iThink we be having some sort of miscommunication here... :)

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