Digging out of the WIP hole



A 10 hour D&D session really helps a person feel productive, knitting-wise. I have completed the stated 12 repeats, and have a little of the first skein left over, so I’m going to do a few more. It is looking quite nice, and is now the softest thing I own (even softer than the kitten!). I’m also going shopping on Thursday at Loop for the appropriate Apricot Jacket yarn. I have decided to put Juno on hold for the moment, partially because it’s wool, and I won’t be able to wear it for many months, and partially because I’m lazy and not in the cabling mood.

I’m already excited for yarn shopping, and I have to wait a few days still. Ugh!

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