10. in the groove, Slang.
a. in perfect functioning order.
I like it when I am in a groove. I cruise along, pump out the projects, have direction on what I want to do next.
This is what I equate as being in a groove:
Currently however, my groove seems to instead resemble this:
Between life and sick kids, I seem to have no crafting direction. I have lots of plans, but am stuck on all of them.
Clockwise from top left:
a. An attempted bag creation in Noro
b. A dishcloth for a friend
c. A pair of small longies, awaiting for me to decide what kind of cuff/frill to do, AND to find the AWOL purple wool.
d. Recycled Sari silk that MUST be made into something beautiful. What I made was crap, so it was frogged.
e. A top for KT4 that is fly by the seat of my pants and probably won’t work type of project.
f. A granny square dishcloth that I messed up
g. Wool from the newest Yarn Swap on TNN. It will be a bag, with the circles as the sides, but the rose part is having issues, and hence it still sits.
h, i and j: Three bags that were at this EXACT stage before I started knitting the Wicked. I want them to be special, so want just the right finishing touches. So there they sit.
So I decided to try some decoupage. Note to self, don’t do it on something shiny! What totally poor work!
And now I am onto this wool:
And I think I am finally out of the rut, and back onto smooth pavement. Stay tuned.