Surrounded by yarn! What to do?
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I am going nuts! I have tons of yarn... but I cant find the next project to do!!!! I've started like 5 projects & nothing is giving me that "YES - cant wait to finish this" feel...
One fun thing - I found some incredible yarn I forgot I had... a beautiful turquoise blue. Could be potential for something lacy & soft! But to find a pattern! I think I've gone through every book, every magazine & every on line pattern... Its getting frustrating.
Back to the knitting search..... Happy Saturday!
Is there such a thing as knitter's block? lol I am feeling that way here on my blog too and with scrapbooking. So much to do and can't seem to get a completed project.ReplyDelete
You are such a good knitter I am sure you'll find something soon!! I am still knitting wash clothes! Lol!! BTW I've finally used them and LOVE them!! They are the best!! Thanks for the tip on 100% cotton yarn! It makes a huge difference!ReplyDelete
I am trying to find a pattern for a scarf the swirls. Maybe I'll email you a picture and see if you know of a pattern!!!
Happy knitting and thanks for being my knitting cheerleader/teacher!!
I am sure you will find the perfect project! You always do!ReplyDelete
I hope you find a great project that inspires you. I'm feeling the same way--I have lots of stuff "on the needles" but no inspiration to finish. Sometimes the Lion Brand site has some really good/fun patterns--and lots of them are free. I've gotten some cute ideas there!ReplyDelete
Let us know what you decided on!
You could make me a fabulous scarf and hat. That turquoise blue is just my color!ReplyDelete
Thanks for playing.
LOL Sorry, I don't have that problem.ReplyDelete
I had a friends mom try to teach me to knit when I was in 2nd (?) grade but because I'm left handed and she was right, it just didn't work. Plus I'm sure I was just too young to grasp the concept.
Good luck! I'm sure you'll come up with something fabulous!
Catching up, you blogging fool! Lol! Glad you found a pattern to start on!ReplyDelete