Rewarding myself for finishing the Viking Ship Sweater, I might have gone a bit out of control this month. It seemed reasonable that I should start all sorts of new projects.
The Phoenix Cardigan makes sense – after all, I need to have something fairly challenging in color work on the needles. (And all of the Tree vests are completed at the moment).
And the Eldest needed her wedding shawl in a more appropriate color.
(you have seen it)
Neither of those projects are very portable.
And it is March, featuring March Sweater Madness (year 3)
(I am out of yarn and waiting for the rest)
and the WIcked Eyelet Vest KAL.
Could I help it if the pair of Kollage square needles picked up at I-knit London needed testing? It just didn’t make any sense at all to switch needles in the middle of a project, so starting a simple scarf seemed just the right thing.
Oh, and did I mention this lovely kit from Signature NeedleArts?
So a bit of progress was made on several things. I like having choices depending on whether or not I need to do something else at the time, want to watch a DvD while knitting or have the desire to concentrate absolutely on a project and shut out the world.
I am not going to be true to just one (or one home and one portable project) for the rest of the month without guilt and see how it goes. My only rule is that no new (non-stash) yarn can be involved.