I Did It!
I knit exactly one row on my project yesterday.
Way to achieve realistic goals!
Of course before I knit this row, I managed to knit thirty or so rows on my sock.
Then I decided I hated my sock.
It was measuring too big for my foot. I do not enjoy wearing loose socks. And this yarn is on the thicker side for sock yarn. I'm not a fan of super thick hand knit socks. This project was full of all the elements I hate. I was not going to love knitting this project. And I was not going to love the finished pair of socks.
Life is too short not to love what you do.
So I ripped it all out and cast on for Spatterdash Wristwarmers. I got to knit exactly one row on my new and improved pattern choice. Now I don't own a pair of wrist warmers. And I'm not even sure I will ever wear a pair of wrist warmers. Plus did you see all the buttons? Seriously? Why do I keep picking projects with buttons?
I haven't decided what this yarn will be when it grows up. This could be a huge disaster as well. But for now I'm going to see how it looks as Spatterdash.
I wonder how many rows I'll get to knit today?
I think I'll aim for five.
Cause I dream big!
In child rearing news, I don't usually let my infants watch television.
But when they're being so sweet together how can I interrupt that?