Last weekend I suddenly found myself without a project to work on. (I had just finished something special, which I’ll show off later this week.)
This seemed like as good a time as any to finish off the socks that I started last July. You can’t really call it “second sock syndrome,” since I still had about an inch left to knit on the first one. I finished off that bit, then started in on the toe of the second sock.
Isn’t it funny how, the longer you set aside a project, the less interested you are in picking it up again? You worry that you’ve lost your place, or it starts to seem less like a viable knitting project. Who knows.
Shown with a rare daytime appearance of Cinnamon at her nighttime monitoring post. From here, she can see the entire yard.
I don’t know why she almost never sits sit there during the day. It seems like it would be just as interesting to look at in the daytime. Maybe more so. But I am not a cat, and know little of these matters.
P.S. As for the drawing, random.org chose Marshall as the winner. Marshall, you should already have received an email from me. And as always, thank you all for reading and participating!