So upon (re)avowal to organize my knitting, I bought the most bitchin' case from Target to put my sock projects in.
Beauty, eh? But wait, it gets much, much better. It is as though Target understands a knitters inherent needs while knitting a sock. A place for needles, a place for 'doo-dads' (ie tape measure, scissors), and obviously a place for the actual project itself. Clear pockets of course for easy viewing and to wrap it all up in a cute, stylish bundle that can be easily slipped into a purse. Ladies and Gentlemen, I give you.....The Ideal Carrier for the Knitting and Transportation of Socks.
Remember this sock? Well, I'm finally getting around the finishing the second sock. Last night I dug up the original sock and balled the yarn for the second ball.
But wait, all is not well in Sock-land. If we take a careful look, we can see that I balled the yarn backward. You see, the sock goes orange to light pink, and the yarn goes light pink to orange.
Damn, damn, damn. I am trying to avoid a raging, screaming fit in which I curse all the yarn in my stash to the deepest pits of hell. Oh well, whats another re-balling session? (other than a complete nuisance that takes valuable knitting time?) To end on a good note, here's Jack at my office, which he has been attending on Monday's before agility class. He brings his blanky and squeaky toy.