In progress - quick knitting and more
I had a lot on my mind this past week, so I needed some quick knitting to make it through and keep my thoughts from wandering, so . . .
I bought yarn and a button for this Sophie last Tuesday and I cast on February 6th. It's drying now and I just have to sew on the button and I'll be ready to start carrying it:
And for the "someday" knits (not necessarily soon), I've acquired this:
It's Schaefer Anne (above) for future socks and Baby Ull for the Estonian Lullaby Baby Blanket:
There's other knitting going on that I previously blogged about and when I (a) make more progress on them or (b) have a reason to blog about them, I will.
And a footnote, unrelated (somewhat) to knitting:
I've had some frustrations, disappointments and worries lately that are either resolved or in the process of being resolved. I'm learning to let go and to forgive myself for mistakes and failure and move on. I've been so appreciative of your genuine concern -- those who are gracious enough to ask (instead of assume), to check in and act selflessly.
One of my favorite Zimmermann quotations (I never get tired of running across it) recently appeared on Nora's blog at the moment I needed to read it. I'm sorry if this sounds like I'm down -- I'm really not. I'm actually more grateful for things than ever.