So far I have:
My knitting time is going to be seriously restricted. Not only do I actually have to practice, but I have homework. Yikes! I had almost forgotten about homework.
My first goal is to work on projects that are promised to people, such as Piper's other glove
"Miss Sophie's Hands," pattern by Julia Mueller; "Der Letzte Versuch" colowary in Wollmeise
and sweaters for Wee EE. Although the Baby Surprise is going to come out so big that I might not worry about it right away.
I wanted to have knit a sweater for each of the little girls by the time school started, but I am stumped on M1's. I have the most gorgeous red yarn, but she wants "rainbow." I did rainbow for her last year. She might accept pink and purple, but my pink and purple yarn are kind of saying "Modern Baby Blanket" for some reason. You know I don't knit blankets . . . the sweater might be safer.
The purple on the right is Cascade 220
The other three are from Steadfast Fibers in Bonners Ferry, ID
(no website that I can find)
Right now? I still don't have my piano sign-up sheet mailed out. I guess I'll think about teaching for a while.
Er, just a minute. If you are reading on Bloglines, you didn't notice that I had to reset my "I haven't bought yarn since" counter. A friend went to Pfaffenhoffen to visit the Wollmeise store, and made me an offer I couldn't refuse. And as long as I was having to reset the counter anyway, I ordered a skein of Eidos from Sanguine Gryphon. But I am going back to being responsible now.
*Who knew they were actually enforcing the 2-hour rule on parking next to the playground?