Yeah, well, hi. It's been a bit since I posted. Here are some updates on various things.
Knitting - I'm back into knitting. I have several projects started and so now I have a UFO problem there! I am not making sweaters or buying super-expensive yarn or anything. I'm making a lot of scarves, shawls, etc. Right now I have 2 on the needles: a blue wingspan and a mauve simple-shawl. I want to make sure these 2 get done before I start anything new or head over to a different UFO.
Crochet - Same thing as knitting, but nothing I'm diligently working on. Once I get the 2 knitting projects done, then I'll reassess all yarn things and get it organized.
Yarn reorganization means that I need to take bookcases out of Renee's room and move them into my room to hold the yarn stuff. So yeah, I have to clean out the corner the bookcases are to go in, then move them in there and reload them. And figure out what to do with Renee's stuff until her room is painted and ready for new bookcases....you get the idea.
Quilting - I'm handling this slowly due to all the entertaining we need to do between Election Day and New Year's. It's like 5 or 6 events. Anyway, I started the barnyard bats little project on Oh Fransson! and I need to get all caught up on all my BOM blocks. Stashbusters says to have a Fall Finishing Party and try to get 3 more UFOs done. I think I will be doing it slightly differently.
I want to finish the yellow LCRR, but it requires a lot of handwork. So that is slow-going.
I want to finish the Christmas quilt, but that requires a lot of room, which I don't have right now.
I want to finish the barnyard bats and by God I will.
I want to make a jacket out of the $5 BOM I am in. Since the last block is due to be picked up in the first week of December, that will be a nice project to work in there at year-end. Work is due to be very busy this year-end so stress relief will be needed.
I want to finish the barn raising quilt by Michelle's Romantic Tangle that I started.
I have no idea how this is all going to get done. Right now I need to schedule a plumber for my front powder room and so getting ready to have my main floor presentable to people is my number one goal. So far so slow.
But I passed my insurance exam....