David's heard that last statement so many times he doesn't really blink any more. He asked the other day how many projects I have on the go and whether I thought the "average knitter" was like me with lots of projects on the go...I told him that I honestly didn't know, but that I did know that some people were one project only people. I honestly can't understand how they manage.
(And don't ask. I don't really know how many projects I have on the go. I did realize over the weekend that all the "skinny sweaters" I was making would likely be too big for me when I get skinny so I frogged them all. All the bags of yarn and patterns are sitting in a basket awaiting my skinny self. THEN I'll know what size to make...and I'll make lots, trust me.)
Back to the sock yarn. I wrote last week about how much I love fingering weight yarn and how much I love making different things out of them. I've been contemplating making different things than socks from the Vesper yarn and over the weekend, I started a scarf--a woven scarf. And oh, my, is it gorgeous! Just look.
I plan to get this woven over the week. Trust me, I'll show you the finished picture. But it's so pretty on the loom, the shuttle is gorgeous with all those colors...wow and wow!