Wednesday, October 11, 2006

When too many choices is a bad thing...

Patsy has been blocked yesterday.

This is actually the first time I blocked the pieces before seaming, we'll see if it really will make life easier. I haven't decided on whether to knit the sleeves or not yet. Anyway, do you notice that we have colour lot trouble here?

Meanwhile I've been working on Shedir.

Check out those gorgeous cables. I abandoned it because I didn't get the chart, but after I decided to rely on the picture rather than the chart, it's a breeze.
We shall have 2 FOs coming soon ;)
Now....which pattern to knit next? Should I knit these capelet, or those gorgeous aran sweaters and cardigans, or this afghan, or this bag, or a braided scarf, or a lace shawl.......do you think I can justify casting on for 10 things at once? While I still have a lonely side of sock waiting to be finished for Octoberfest? Duh! It's not easy being a knitter, I tell you.

7 comments:

Sally said...

i love that capelet! Your shoud try it in some black color to look more elegant... and with some bead too... it would look nice ^^ best wishes ^^Sally

Anna said...

I think you should knit afghan. I love this colors :-)

sue said...

Oh cast on for a few that are easy to do in a short time, and one hard one. At least that way you wont be bored with any of them.

handknit168 said...

I usually cast on one project at one time. I know that I won't finish them if casting on so many and one more problem is that I don't have so many space to store the unfinish stuff.

Peggy said...

I say cast them all on! Then decide which one makes you happy and go with that. :)

Vanessa said...

I can't wait to see Patsy. It has been on my knit list for so long. Colour lot trouble ? where? I can't even see it.

Mimi said...

Patsy looks very pretty in it's blocking stage. I like to block in pieces, makes seaming easier.
I was eyeing that afghan, you should consider knitting one.