I have to say, when downsizing, it's easy to become a bit overwhelmed. Flooded with all these memories; e v e r y w h e r e.
Pixures, all things ephemeral & the list goes on. The good news is that some of my old creative ideas no longer have any appeal, so into the donation or trash bin they go. Whew!
I've made time to check in here to give myself a tiny break from the studio :)
Another cool thing is that bedtime has been serving as a time for me to finish up all the little projects I've begun, which is good :) I'm getting to the point where I can start something new - YAHOO!Like another Noro scarfy maybe?
I actually began this after seeing the begining stages of my girlfriend's poncho. I love the larger ribbing at the top, mixed with turtleneck-style neckline & ending with adequate neck/chest coverage. The perfect utilitartian-yet-moderately-fashioned neck garment.
Grey Tahki yarn was used (& doubled) for this project as it is very light yet quite soft & warm. Perfect for Fall...
4 skeins Grey Tahki yarn
Size 10 1/2, 16 inch circulars
CO 96 ST
Work 4x4 (K4P4) ribbing for 12 inches in the round, PM @ beging on every row
Next row K1M1 in every ST around
Next 6 rows Knit.
Bind off all stitches.
This is a quick project that seems to be done shortly after it's started; I love those.
Well my Darlings, I mus-tache ;)
See you tomorrow,