So, as is always the case when I am not knitting for whatever reason, I was just poking around Ravelry. (I have said countless times that if I spent even half as much time knitting as I spent trolling Rav, I’d be a machine!)
I am experiencing a rare case of finish-itis, and I was looking at my project page to see which WIP to pick up next. I made a startling realization. For the last few years, I have completed 27 or so projects annually. That averages out to 2.25 projects a month. So by my calculations, by the end of May on Saturday, I should have 11.25 completed projects on my projects page. Let’s round that down to 11, shall we?
How many do I have? 7. And that includes a project that’s a single sock – it was a test knit done for my friend Christina, and I didn’t need to finish the second one. So I have to ask myself…what gives?
Yes, I bought a loom and yes, I picked up spinning again. And I have spent more time than I care to admit planning some designs. But all of those new activities were in the past month. Makes me wonder where my winter went!
That being said…I have a pair of socks that I should be able to finish by next week sometime. I’d share an “in progress” pic but they are a sooper seekrit test knit. And I do have three different fingering weight scarves in various stages of completion that I’d like to get back to. This one that I started last fall is high on my list of FOs I’d like to actually have.
So maybe it will be next out of the WIP bag!