I'm leaving today for a seven day kitty sitting trip to Daughter's and packing hasn't been fun. Seven days is a long time. I went off to Walmart this morning to pick up some food when I came upon the Christmas clearance in the fabric aisle. Yardage and jelly rolls all priced under $3. That's a win but they can't go with me. I need pack-able projects and I don't have much to choose from at the moment.
I am at the end of most of my projects. I'm worried I can't pack enough to keep me busy. I finished The Mister's giant socks on Christmas Day.
I had one at the toe in a forgotten project bag. I began these in October and forgot about them. I should be able to get its mate done this week.
I had to order some more yarn for Soldotna and these came along for the ride. I'll pack them just in case I end up in sock withdrawal.
Speaking of Soldotna. I am almost at the arm divide so maybe I can get her done this week in all that uninterrupted peace and quiet. It would be nice.
As for stitching, now that Sheep Virtues is done I am going to put my effort here. I doubt I can get that whole house done in one week though-it's big and boring.
Then there is Dear Jane. Daughter's sunny dining room is my favorite place to work on those tiny stitches so I've packed up the materials for the last two blocks in row C to see if I can get them done. Now that I look at it all I think I actually do have enough to keep me busy. Time flies when all you're doing is having fun.